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Accessible by boat, an overnight hike or viewed by air, Rainbow Bridge is a site to behold, photos do not do it justice. Sacred to the Navajo, visitors are asked not to pass underneath it. When Lake Powell is high a small amount of water...More
It's a nice arch - no question. But the photos of the Rainbow Bridge glowing red in the soft light that you see on the promo snaps are not possible on a normal boat tour because you arrive in the middle of the day.
We took our own boat and tied up at the courtesy dock. It was clean and so were the restrooms. The hike to Rainbow Bridge is about 1 1/2 miles round trip. Bring water and wear a hat. There is not much shade. A structure...More
Overall a good trip, but a very long day. It took 7 hours. Five and a half of which were on a boat. Water , coffee and lemonade provided and a granola bar. Need your own food if you get hungry!! Quite good panoramas from...More
We visited the arch by boat, then made the mile trek to the observation area. Sacred to the Navajo tribe so it’s not cool to walk under or climb on the arch. We observed from a distance, took pics and left. Very impressive.
We left in a 7:30am boat ride for a 2.5 hr ride in Lake Powell. Once to the boat dock at the bridge it is another 30 to 40 minutes of an easy hike to the Rainbow Bridge. Be sure to take the trail past...More
Loved visiting, we did not take a boat tour, we rented a boat, very difficult lake to navigate in, you need GPS APP on your phone at minimum, well worth the very expensive boat rental $$450 per day (small pontoon boat)