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Arches Hiking Trails

Try to be awake and somewhere amazing at sunrise and sunset

From Utah's famous icon, Delicate Arch, to other surreal features, Arches National Park offers a plethora of hiking trails for visitors of all ability levels. Intertwining trails allows visitors to see many of the park's 2,000 sandstone arches up close and personal within a few days. These wind- and water-carved wonders rise out of the red rock like gateways to the Jurassic, when they were just boring old dried up lakes.  Read more...

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Our favorite hikes in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch

Delicate Arch is the most recognizable arch in Arches National Park, and perhaps anywhere in the world. It also happens to be located along one of the...(more)

Landscape Arch

Landscape Arch is the largest arch on the planet, beating out Zion National Park’s Kolob Arch by a scant 3 feet. Pieces of Landscape Arch have broken...(more)

Balanced Rock Trail

Located almost in the middle of the small park, the Balanced Rock Trail takes visitors on a short loop hike up to, and around, the Balanced Rock, an easily...(more)

Double O Arch

Double O Arch is the second largest arch within the Devils Garden area - after Landscape Arch of course. As the name implies, there are two arches here...(more)

Fiery Furnace

The Fiery Furnace is routinely described as a maze, and that metaphor is fitting. A continuation of the shattered fins that make up the Devils Garden...(more)



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