Kachina Bridge-UM 36 x 24
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In a remote area of the Utah desert there are a large number of natural bridges; these were formed when the rock below the bridge collapsed, leaving some of the most remarkable natural wonders. Many are large and span valleys filled with trees and flowers, occasionally desert creatures including rabbits are found around the dry creek beds below the arch. This is one of a few where we can visit by car, without a long hike to the location. However, some of the best views require a climb down a steep and dangerous trail to get below the level of the bridge.