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All reviews rest area west side both sides rio grande afraid of heights rest stop vendors selling parking area gorge bridge mountain goats picnic area worth the short drive mini grand canyon parking lot big horn sheep quick stop great pictures
This is not a tourist attraction. It's a bridge. There's a nice size park on the west side of the bridge with picnic tables and bathrooms, and this area is the best, and safest place to view the bridge. As you're going over the span,...More
Amazing views from the bridge! We got there later in the day and in November I’d recommend going at noon when the sun is not casting so many shadows. Well worth the drive to see this and spend some time in Taos as well.
My wife and I enjoyed our walk across the bridge. I think it’s worth it to cross the bridge if you’re coming from Taos and park at the rest stop. I was terrified at the drop off but amazed at the views of the gorge....More
I'm glad my son took me to see this amazing sight! We walked from parking area down a path, out to stand on middle of the bridge. I have to say it's a little scary looking WAY down & can make you dizzy-- briefly. It...More
This is an impressive bridge given it's height over the massive Rio Grande Gorge. Looking over the edge can be vertigo inducing and it's not for those with a fear of heights. However, even the squeamish can safely get a good look from either side...More
I would suggest driving to the John Dunn bridge which is a few miles upstream and allows you to actually put your feet in the water without climbing down a trail. The drive is very bumpy, mostly gravel, but very beautiful.
No There is no cost of any kind unless you choose to buy something from some of the local vendors that set up portable booths near the bridge. Nice little rest stop on the West end which is where most of the photos are... More
No There is no cost of any kind unless you choose to buy something from some of the local vendors that set up portable booths near the bridge. Nice little rest stop on the West end which is where most of the photos are taken.