Natural Bridges And Arches In America

Rainbow Bridge, Utah

ften referred to as the largest natural bridge in the United States, the Rainbow Bridge spans 275 feet and has a height of 246 feet.

Delicate Arch, Utah

Located in Arches National Park near Moab, the Delicate Arch is a splendid formation that took millions of years to form. 

Natural Bridges State Beach, California

California has its fair share of natural bridges, especially along the coastline, but many of them to visit.

Natural Bridge, Virginia

The Natural Bridge of Irginia has been called one of the many natural wonders of the modern world. In the past, this bridge was worshiped by the Monacan Indians.

Ear of the Wind Arch, Arizona

One of the best examples of what is called a “pothole” arch in the United States, the Ear of the Wind arch in Arizona is quite unique.

Natural Bridge, Kentucky

At 6.5 storeys high, the Kentucky Natural Bridge is a sight to behold. This bridge can be found within Kentucky's Daniel Boone National Forest.

Devil’s Bridge, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona has several natural bridges and arches, including Vaulty Arch, Frey Canyon Arch, and the most famous, Devil's Bridge.

Sipapu Natural Bridge, Utah

The Sipapu Natural Bridge is one of three at the Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah and dates back to at least 5,000 years.

Arch Rock, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada

Valley of Fire State Park is 50 miles south of Las Vegas. A visit to this park is proof that you don't have to hit 777 on the slot machines.

Arch Rock, Valley Of Fire State Park, Nevada

To find this natural wonder, you have to head towards the Navajo Indian settlement of Sanostee. 

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