This impressive islet just off shore was called London Bridge until 1990. Before mid-January of that year, it was a natural land bridge with two large arches and named after the famous British landmark. Tourists were thrilled when they walked across the span. Then the connective section and an arch unexpectedly collapsed. Two stranded tourists were airlifted to safety by a helicopter. After that, it was given the revised moniker of London Arch. This view unfolds less than 500 feet from the carpark.