Rainbow Bridge National Monument
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About a 1.5-2 hour boat ride from Wahweap marina, but this is a must see destination!
The journey getting there is quite adventurous and the hike from the boat landing is not too strenuous. It is definitely worth the visit. Be sure to bring water during the summer months. This arch is larger than the famous Arch from Arches National Park. A boat is required to reach the destination unless you want to hike 14 miles through Navajo Nation territory with a permit. Permits may not be offered at this time due to Covid. If you use your smart phones map, the gps function on the phone should be sufficient enough to guide you to the Monument at the 5x mile marker. There is information on the National Park Service website. The hike from the floating dock is about 2 miles round trip. It is pretty hot in the summer however there are areas that are both natural and man made to provide rest and shelter you from the sun. Morning time is the best time to visit due to the heat and also because of the amount of traffic on the lake as the day goes on. It helps to be early should you be bringing a boat to Page and need to find a parking space. Roundtrip from Wahweap is easily 6 hours including the hike. It takes about 1 tank of fuel (20 gallon tank should leave you with a quarter tank) to get there for a small boat (6 passenger). You may want to bring extra fuel just in case. You don’t want to need a tow back. It is over 50 miles each way from Wahweap. Overall, it is a surreal and worthwhile experience. Should the boat tour operators return, perhaps consider joining a tour as they provide food for the journey.
The journey getting there is quite adventurous and the hike from the boat landing is not too strenuous. It is definitely worth the visit. Be sure to bring water during the summer months. This arch is larger than the famous Arch from Arches National Park. A boat is required to reach the destina…
Listed as one of the Natural Wonders of the World. If you have a day, you can take a boat tour to Rainbow Bridge and enjoy the highest natural bride in the world. You can even rent a powerboat and drive yourself on Lake Powell!