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Created 6-Nov-18
Modified 11-Apr-24
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The Tonto Natural Bridge is located approximately 17 miles north of Payson, Arizona. It's believed to be believed to be the largest natural travertine (limestone deposit) bridge in the world.
The Beast takes a rest as I head off with the camera.Some of the rugged terrain of the area. Note the rock slide on the left.Tonto Natural Bridge.The west end of the Natural Bridge.Water constanly runs from above to the area below the bridge.The water that runs constantly off the lip.The wooden bridge at the end of the trail from above.Bear tracks in the cement at a viewpoint.One of the pools below the bridge.The constant water running from the lip into the pool below the Natural Bridge.The area below the Natural Bridge.The white specks are water droplets falling from the lip above.