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This trail leads .75 miles into White Canyon to the base of Kachina Bridge. Evidence of Ancient Puebloans is visible in the canyon where further exploration is encouraged.

This trail leads to the base of Kachina Bridge in .75 miles. The route descends 400 feet into White Canyon. It is considered moderately strenuous by the Park Service. Hikers will need to descend and climb along steep sections of slickrock using handrails. Visitors should allow at least one hour to complete this trail. Once in the bottom of White Canyon further exploration up stream and down stream requires little effort.

Directions: From Visitor Center, Drive westward along the park road approximately 5 miles to the parking area for the Kachina Bridge Trail.

Elevation: 6,000 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Moderate

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Natural Bridges National Monument, Utah

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