Walk Across A 160-Foot Suspension Bridge At San Rafael Bridge Campground In Utah

There are little hidden gems all over the Beehive State, and you’ll find several in the San Rafael Swell area of eastern Utah. In addition to the Buckhorn Wash Pictographs, Wedge Overlook, and MK Tunnels, you’ll want to explore a little, 160-foot swinging bridge that was built back in the 1930s. Check it out!

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Have you walked across the San Rafael Swinging Bridge? We’d love to hear about your experience in the comments!

While you’re in the San Rafael Swell area, you’ll want to check out this place that’s often been called “Utah’s Little Grand Canyon.”

Address: Buckhorn Draw Rd, Utah, USA