Alabama's Natural Bridge

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Approximately 200 million years ago, this sandstone and iron ore bridge naturally formed. Today, it is the longest natural bridge east of the rockies. It's located in a park surrounded by stunning foliage. While you cannot walk on the bridge, you can get a nice view as you walk underneath it.

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Cool bending tree
Small admission fee, worth the exploration hiking