From downtown Moab drive down Kane Creek Blvd (in some places it is called "Cane Creek Blvd).
Continue on past the Portal to where the pavement turns to gravel; and the main road continues
up Cane Springs Canyon. Near this area, a private land owner has a small campground with a gated
entrance. He charges a small fee to enter to access Pritchett Canyon. Pritchett Canyon is a very
rough four-wheel-drive trail; and is recommended only for SUVs with a low transfer range. About
half-way up the Canyon, a side canyon branches off to the left. The bridge isn't visible going up
the canyon, but if one drives up a short distance and looks back down the canyon, it is visible. It
is down in a wash and is a true natural bridge, having been formed by water undermining a drop-off.