Lake Tours to Rainbow Bridge
The world's largest natural stone bridge.
Half-day tours to Rainbow Bridge National Monument are one of the most popular activities in the south Lake Powell area.
The bridge itself is protected and administered by the National Park Service. In recent years they have taken great strides to protect and enhance the experience of each visitor through fascinating interpretation and gentle regulation.
Spanning 278 feet and rising 309' above the riverbed below, it is the largest natural bridge known to exist (something this big would be pretty hard to hide today). The Navajo call it Nonne Zoshi - or rainbow turned to stone.
Rainbow Bridge holds a place of unique spiritual significance to the many native people that originated in the area. Visitors are encouraged to not only look and photograph, but to take the time to learn a bit about the history and mystery of this natural wonder. Today, it is considered poor manners to approach the bridge out of respect to native spiritual beliefs - however, the area remains open and largely unaltered, and is not officially off limits to the public.
Daily tours are offered from Wahweap Marina year 'round.1/2 day tours depart at different times depending on season:
- 8:00am to 1:00pm April thru October
- 12:30pm to 5:30pm April thru May
- 10:00am to 3:00Ppm June thru Sept
- 1:30pm to 18:30pm June thru Sept
- 12:30pm to 5:30pm October
We recommend advance reservations on tours at most times of the year. However, most people have good luck reserving tours once they arrive in Page. Our concierge staff will be happy to make these arrangements for you.