• Navajo Bridge - Page, Arizona

      Roadtrip Attraction
      The two beautiful Navajo Bridges that span the Colorado River's Marble Canyon may look identical but they were built more than 65 years apart. The first bridge opened to traffic in 1929 and was, at the time, the highest steel arch bridge in the world. However, it was not designed to carry modern day traffic and its replacement more than twice as wide opened in 1995. Rather than dismantling the original bridge, they left it in place to allow pedestrians to enjoy the spectacular view of the river 467 feet below.

      Photo by Peter Thody

      If you go:
      Take time to visit the interpretive center on the west side of the bridge.


      Highway 89A
      Between Bitter Springs and Jacob Lake
      Page, Arizona USA

      Mailing address:
      Glen Canyon NRA
      PO Box 1507
      Page, Arizona 86040 USA

      Phone Numbers:

      Glen Canyon NRA
      +1 (928) 608-6200