The world’s largest natural bridge
Actually, the largest natural stone bridge would be quite easy to reach if there were not the Lake Powell Reservoir in the way. This makes the journey by land impossible. Therefore, the vast sandstone arch is now accessible only from flooded Glen Canyon – and must be ‘hiked’ from the dock via one of the two official routes.
The ‘Rainbow Bridge’ got its name from the Navajos, who worshiped this stone arch called ‘Nonnezoshi’ (literally translated as ‘petrified rainbow’) as a sanctuary. Not only the … Read post