Natural Rock Arches in Bryce Canyon
Bryce is more known for its hoodoo rock formations than for arches. However there are a dozen arches here.
There are a dozen arches at Bryce Canyon National Park, mostly unnamed. Most notable is the Bryce Natural Bridge and the Red Arch Road Bridge. You can see the Natural Bridge, logically, from the Natural Bridge viewpoint on the park’s scenic drive The later, Red Arch is actually a set of road tunnels outside the park near the entrance. They often have vehicles parked off the road so the drivers can take a photo.
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