Troll Bridge
From downtown Moab drive down Kane Creek Blvd (in some places it is called "Cane Creek Blvd). Continue on past the Portal to where the pavement turns to gravel; and the main road continues up Cane Springs Canyon. Near this area, a private land owner has a small campground with a gated entrance. He charges a small fee to enter to access Pritchett Canyon. Pritchett Canyon is a very rough four-wheel-drive trail; and is recommended only for SUVs with a low transfer range. About half-way up the Canyon, a side canyon branches off to the left. The bridge isn't visible going up the canyon, but if one drives up a short distance and looks back down the canyon, it is visible. It is down in a wash and is a true natural bridge, having been formed by water undermining a drop-off.
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