Natural Rock Arches in Bryce Canyon

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Natural Bridge in Bryce Canyon National Park

Natural Bridge in Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce is more known for its hoodoo rock formations than for arches. However there are a dozen arches here, mostly unnamed. Most notable is the Bryce Natural Bridge and the Red Arch Road Bridge.

Red Arch Road Bridge in Bryce Canyon National Park

Red Arch Road Bridge in Bryce Canyon National Park

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