Natural Bridges National Monument of Utah is true to its name. The erosive forces of meandering waterways and crumbling rock has created an unusually high concentration of natural bridges within the area of this park. All of the famous ones are accessible by hikes and viewpoints.
One of the more beautiful bridges is Kachina Bridge. Reached by a switchback trail down the rocky face of a valley, the bridge spans a gently flowing creek below it. Hidden up to the left above the creek and sheltered from the sun is a level area with wonderfully accessible Anasazi ruins. The ruins are not visible from the trail, so you need to go knowing to look for them.