Negro Bill Canyon Trail: Hiking, Bird Watching & PhotographyNamed for William Granstaff, a black prospector and rancher who raised cattle in the area in the late 1800s, this scenic trail winds past a running stream that flows year-round. Hike past cottonwood and willow trees and admire views of majestic Navajo sandstone cliffs. Morning Glory Bridge is the hiker's reward at the end of the trail. Ranked as the sixth largest natural bridge in the United States by the Bureau of Land Management, it spans 243 feet with views of the side canyons. Enjoy beautiful photo opportunities and bird watching where you will also find some exotic plant-life and a summer oasis.
Hours -Dawn to Dusk
- Bird Watching