The bridge is named for the Kachina dancers that play a central role in Hopi religious tradition. This bridge has a span of 204 feet (62.2 meters), a height of 210 feet (64 meters), and a thickness of 93 feet (28.3 meters). It's the youngest of the natural bridges in the Monument. White Canyon floodwaters still work to enlarge its span.
Natural Bridges National Monument
Cedar Mesa, Utah
Part of the Great American West series.
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