"Natural Bridges In Wash" Capitol Reef National Park Off The Beaten Path Tip by GuthrieColin

  Natural Bridge Cut By A Seasonal Wash
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  • Natural Bridge Cut By A Seasonal Wash - Capitol Reef National Park
      Natural Bridge Cut By A Seasonal Wash
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  • In The Chanel of A Wash - Capitol Reef National Park
      In The Chanel of A Wash
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Along the Hickman Bridge Trail these natural bridges were formed over long periods of time. Water seldom travels through these canyons but when it does the resulting erosion creates interesting landforms.
These Bridges were the result of potholes in the wash which were formed and then undercut by the sand heavy seasonal floods that torment the landscape.

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  • Updated Jun 24, 2008
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