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Natural Bridges

Owachomo. Means "rock  mound" in Hopi. Is only 9 feet wide at the top. Oldest of the 3 bridges.

Owachomo. Means "rock mound" in Hopi. Is only 9 feet wide at the top. Oldest of the 3 bridges.

Sipapu. The tallest of the 3 bridges. 200 feet high, even though it doesn't look like it.

Sipapu. The tallest of the 3 bridges. 200 feet high, even though it doesn't look like it.

Kachina. The widest and thickest of the three. 93 feet thick at the span.

Kachina. The widest and thickest of the three. 93 feet thick at the span.

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