Find a comfortable seat and sit back as we take you with us on our boat tour to Rainbow Bridge National Monument, located just steps away from Lake Powell in a remote corner of southern Utah. On a recent road trip earlier this month, we were lucky enough to snag a reservation for a boat tour. And while the temps in early November can get downright cold on the lake, we had beautiful weather for our trip to this jaw-dropping national monument.
Revered by the Navajo as a sacred site, Rainbow Bridge’s remote location makes it accessible only by a multi-day backpack trip or boat ride. This remarkable natural wonder, famous for its impressive size and striking geological formation, is a majestic sandstone arch. Carved by erosion over millions of years, it stands as one of the world’s largest known natural bridges, spanning 275 feet and reaching a height of 290 feet.
In this episode, we talk about our experience visiting this natural wonder, stories of the early explorers to the area, and a bit of history about the formation of Lake Powell.
Links we discussed on this episode:
· Our 2023 Holiday Gift Guide,
· Where to get more info or to sign up for the Rainbow Bridge Boat Tour
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