Hawkeye Natural Bridge by Stan Jones

Hawkeye Natural Bridge (which is not a natural bridge) is in a very remote section of Navajo land in a small canyon between Deep and Desha Canyons. It used to be possible to drive within a short distance of it on a remote 4WD road (although it was not visible from the road), but now this road is blocked off with a locked gate about 5 miles from the arch. The arch has a span of 150 feet and is number 8-16 in the Vreeland catalog. The person on the cliff behind the arch is Bill Sturm.

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