A Lone Raft makes it's way down the Colorado River.
The Grand Canyon portion of The River technically starts at Lees
Ferry (River Mile 0), and continues on through the Grand Canyon
for another 297 River Miles. Navajo Bridges mark the 4.2 mile point.
These bridges provide the only vehicular crossing down river from
Glen Canyon Dam, and until the Hoover Dam 342 river River Miles
downstream (the Hoover overpass bridge being 45 miles beyond the
western mouth of the Canyon). Navajo Bridge is 470 feet above the
Colorado River, and spans 909 feet across the Canyon.
Below - the little boat comes out the other side of the
Bridges into the emerald green of the algae stained water.
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