Fernholes Natural Bridge

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Fernholes Natural Bridge gets its name from several fern-lined potholes in the vicinity (one of which can be seen in this photo). It is composed of Navajo Sandstone and is located on Navajo land in a remote and very seldom visited area of Arizona, in a short side branch of Navajo Creek, and special permit is required for visitation. The estimated span is 40 feet. Photo by Paul J. Neiman. The photo below (photo by M. J. Post) shows a person climbing over the top of the arch!

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