The hike to the bridge was about .7 and well worth the adventure of climbing up the rocks to get to the top. The view is amazing. Add to your hike in by taking the 2 mile journey on a trail vs taking the road. When you're on the trail, you forget you're on your way to a tourist destination. The road gets quite a bit of travel by jeep tours. We counted about a dozen vehicles that passed us on the dirt/sand road. Detour by trail -- take in the sights and enjoy the 3 mile journey from the main parking lot to the top of the bridge.
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