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I had been here before, but it was later in the day, and the sun was not shining into the gorge. What a difference! Go around midday. The Rio Grande River looked beautiful from the bridge above. I recommend walking at least to the half-way...More
From the pictures found online, driving over the bridge looked to be a daunting experience for those afraid of heights. Driving over turned out to not be a big deal. Walking across was another matter for some.
The views are spectacular and the structure itself...More
What a great experience! It was beautiful and a perfect place for human and dog kids. It was nice for the kids to be able to climb all over the rocks and not really have any spots they couldn’t explore. Walking on the bridge was...More
This was a highlight of a week in Taos on our first sisters vacation. Although it was like 9,000 degrees, I'm glad I did not miss this natural wonder, which was caused by plate techtonics, not erosion. I was also amazed at how puny the...More
Spectacular views. The grandeur of the gorge contrasts the somber suggestions of the Emergency Phone Boxes located at multiple places across the Span. The beauty
and fragility of the human experience side by side.
I would suggest driving to the John Dunn bridge which is a few miles upstream and allows you to actually put your feet in the water without climbing down a trail. The drive is very bumpy, mostly gravel, but very beautiful.
No There is no cost of any kind unless you choose to buy something from some of the local vendors that set up portable booths near the bridge. Nice little rest stop on the West end which is where most of the photos are... More
No There is no cost of any kind unless you choose to buy something from some of the local vendors that set up portable booths near the bridge. Nice little rest stop on the West end which is where most of the photos are taken.