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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

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Tonto Natural Bridge State Park

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off Hwy 87, just 10 miles north of Payson, Payson, AZ 85547
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Mogollon Rim Jeep Tour from Sedona
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Mogollon Rim Jeep Tour from Sedona
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Discover the magic of Arizona on this  3-hour ride with a small group to the edge of the Colorado Plateau in Sedona, with a guide. Ride 2,000 feet up an old-school wagon trail and experience first class views of Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. Let your knowledgeable guide lead you into the backcountry to explore off the beaten track. This tour is limited to 15, to ensure a personalized experience.
$112.11 per adult
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The park is open (cost is $7 per person payable in the gift shop) and there is ample parking, pit toilets and shaded picnic tables around all the parking areas. The three hiking trails are closed but you can see the bridge arch from a couple vantage points up top. Plain sandals
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Staying healthy and safe while having fun with the kiddos. It was a very relaxing day during the morning before noon. :)
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The scenery of the hike is magnificent, and the bridge itself is quite fun to be on. it can get a little slippery when it's icy but its worth the thrill!
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We were here in February and most of the trails that would give you a vista from below were closed. The paved pathways on the top were wonderful and we did get some good photos against the backdrop of a brilliantly blue sky. There was a hike to a lower portion where you could
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The bridge trails were closed due to ice, but what we could see was breathtaking. Lots of trails to try.
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