Rainbow Bridge National Monument

The Rainbow Bridge National Monument is a wondrous sight that stands a mighty 290 feet tall, nearly the same height as the Statue of Liberty, and is well-known for its sacred importance in Native American culture. Its massive, awe-inspiring size and unique shape is the natural bridge's most notable feature, making it one of the best places for nature lovers to capture its beauty with a few photos. Boat tours offer more than just transportation to the Rainbow Bridge. Visitors will also learn about its religious significance to several of the local tribes and how that has influenced the way that the monument is taken care of today. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Rainbow Bridge National Monument

The Rainbow Bridge National Monument is accessible via two amazing trails. Each trail has its own unique features, and both allow you to enjoy the journey there at your leisure. All-day, guided boat tours are also available and include a required one-mile hike to get to the Rainbow Bridge. 

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How To Get To Rainbow Bridge National Monument

From St. George, get onto I-15 N, and then take exit 16 to UT-9 E. Follow UT-9 E to UT-59 S. Keep going south on UT-59 S to AZ-389 E to Kanab. Go right to get on US-89 E to Page, AZ. You will cross over Lake Powell on your way into Page. 

The Rainbow Bridge National Monument can only be accessed by boat or hike. Tour boats and private or rental boats can access the area from Wahweap, Dangling Rope, and Antelope Point for travel north to the monument or from Halls Crossing and Bullfrog for southbound travel. From the courtesy dock, expect to walk at least a mile to reach the site. 

If you plan to hike to the Rainbow Bridge, be sure to obtain a permit from the Navajo Nation before heading to the monument. 


Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, 691 Scenic View Dr, Page, AZ 86040

Fee: Entry fee $0

At the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, you will experience the beauty and mystery of the sacred area as you hike through a gorgeous red rock canyon on your way to the site. Its remote location allows you to choose several different ways to access and explore the Rainbow Bridge. For a time that is filled with adventure and relaxation, an RV is a fantastic way to travel to and from your destination in comfort.