Last year a landslide blocked the main road between Utah and Arizona thus forcing a detour through Marble Canyon. Many people may have cursed the long detour while others like Wooly and Raeski relished the side-trip into a lesser known canyon in Arizona.
There is no doubt that the canyons of the Southwest have edges. Here we are treated to those edges plus two bridges (with their own edges) that span those edges. The bridge on the left is the old bridge that Arizona left standing as a walking bridge. Should you happen to drive through this canyon make the turn into the parking area and marvel at the solid rock the Colorado River cut through to form the canyon.