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Historic Navajo Bridge

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Grand Canyon National Park, AZ
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Stretching more than 750 feet in length, this graceful bridge rises 470 feet above the Colorado River.
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"marble canyon"
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"california condors"
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"vermillion cliffs"
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"colorado river"
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"stretch your legs"
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"interpretive center"
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"worth a stop"
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"lees ferry"
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"visitor center was closed"
in 4 reviews
"rare birds"
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"gift shop"
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"great view of the river"
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"short stop"
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"page az"
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"horseshoe bend"
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"interesting place"
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Reviewed March 2, 2017

The Navajo Bridges are the only crossing of the Colorado between Glen Canyon Dam and Hoover Dam, some 300 Miles of river!! There are two bridges - The old one built in the 20's (Of the last century) and the new one completed in the...More

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Reviewed February 21, 2017

I got to see my first California Condor there which was a big bonus. Sadly, it was Sunday, and I was unable to go inside the Navajo Interpretive Center, but it was a treat to walk across and look at the river below. This bridge...More

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Reviewed January 18, 2017

Located on US-89A between Page, Arizona and the Grand Canyon's North Rim, this site is home to two magnificent bridges spanning the Colorado River in Marble Canyon. These are two of the highest bridges in the United States, with heights of 467 and 470 feet....More

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Reviewed January 12, 2017

We came across this bridge by accident. We were looking at google maps to find a spot within a short distance from Page to take a look at the Colorado River and, hopefully, find a spot for some sunset photography. The bridge is actually found...More

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Reviewed December 10, 2016

About 45 minutes from Page on excellent, scenic roads. If you have the time, worth a stop, but don't be upset if you have to pass it by. High above the Colorado River, the 'older' bridge looks to the newer one and the cliffs of...More

Thank Frederick G
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Reviewed November 28, 2016 via mobile

Not a really popular place but it is worth to stop by if you are in Page AZ. You can see the Colorado river and close view of the canyon. The bridge is beautiful.

Thank Paul C
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Reviewed November 19, 2016

Navajo bridge is located on Highway 89 as it crosses the Colorado River at Marble Canyon, AZ. There are two bridges here, the one on which traffic crosses and the historic one which has been re-purposed as a foot bridge. On the north side of...More

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Reviewed November 15, 2016

We made a side trip to Marble Canyon hoping to see an endangered California Condor. There were 10 of them flying around and landing on the bridge! Well worth the few extra miles if you are in the Page, AZ area.

Thank Mike O
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Reviewed November 7, 2016

Great view from the bridge. We were fortunate to see two of the condors in flight briefly. There is a visitors center with nice postcards.

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Reviewed November 4, 2016

This bridge offers great views, especially of the California condors that like to hang out in the struts under the bridge. We got some great pictures, including of the condor in flight following the river below us. Nice place to stretch your legs, use the...More

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Anne H
September 5, 2017|
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Response from mentalgopher | Reviewed this property |
I've been to the Navajo Bridge twice. The first time was before noon (around 10 a.m.) and I saw several condors. The second time was closer to late afternoon (around 4:00 p.m.) and I did not see any.
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