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Arches National Park, UT



Arches National Park, UT

Arches National Park, UT

Arches National Park, UT

Arches National Park, UT

Arches National Park, UT

Arches National Park, UT

The red rock landscape of Arches National Park awakens the spirit and challenges the imagination: balanced rocks teeter unthinkably on pedestals; sandstone arches—of which there are more than 2,500—frame the sky with peekaboo windows; and formations like the Three Penguins greet you at points throughout the 73,379-acre park. Far from a stereotypical beige-tone palette with the occasional cactus, the desert here is adorned with a rich tapestry of colors: red, orange, purple, pink, creamy ivory, deep chocolate, and even shades of turquoise. The Fiery Furnace burns like a wildfire at sunset, and acres of petrified sand dunes rise across the horizon. - Copyright © 2014 by Fodor’s Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved.

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Things you can't miss

See America’s Most Famous Arch Up Close

Shown on the Utah license plate, Delicate Arch is reached by a somewhat strenuous 1.5-mile trail that passes Ute petroglyphs. A sunset visit is ideal.

See America’s Most Famous Arch Up Close

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A Wonderland of Rock Formations

Fiery Furnace should be visited on a ranger-led tour. A maze of narrow canyons, spires and arches densely pack this helter-skelter landscape.

A Wonderland of Rock Formations

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Landscape Arch, a Must-See Sight

Spanning 290 feet, this awesome formation is believed to be the widest arch in the world. Reach it on an easy trail less than two miles long.

Landscape Arch, a Must-See Sight

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See a Different Kind of Skyscraper

Some of the park’s most famous formations tower above the easy Park Avenue Trail, including the Three Gossips, Courthouse Towers and the Organ.

See a Different Kind of Skyscraper

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The Windows Section Packs in Lots of Scenery

Short trails reach the Windows and Turret arches, and it’s a short walk to nearby formations such as Double Arch, Cove Arch and Parade of Elephants.

The Windows Section Packs in Lots of Scenery

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