Still on Day 6 of my trip through Arizona country.
After driving a short distance away from the area of the majestic Vermillion Cliffs, I arrived at the Arizona/Utah border.
In order to get to the Northern Rim of the Grand Canyon, one would have to cross the Colorado River. The Navajo Bridge crosses the Colorado River over what is called Marble Canyon, which is situated near Lee’s Ferry in the state of Arizona. The Navajo Bridge becomes one of two crossing points to the southern part of Utah, the other crossing point being at the Glen Canyon Bridge, which is a few miles up from the City of Page in Arizona. The Navajo Bridge is the only roadway crossing of the Colorado River and the Grand Canyon for about 600 miles.
This is an image of the Navajo Bridge Visitor Center looking north towards the continuation of the Vermillion Cliffs in the background.
Hope you like it.