Arches with Arches

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    Monument Valley

    View type : Butte, Mitten, Mesa, Red Rock Cliffs, Arches

    Monument Valley is a red sand desert region in the Arizona-Utah border popular for towering sandstone buttes and is a frequent filming location for western movies. Some areas of the park are open and can be visited by the 17-mile scenic loop drive, while other areas of the park are Read more [...]

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    Corona and Bowtie Arches

    View type : Arches

    Corona Arch is a natural arch and a popular photo-spot. It is accessible through a somewhat difficult and sometimes steep hike (some portion with cables). Bowtie Arch is located right by it.

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    Delicate Arch Arches National Park

    View type : Arch, Red Rocks, Formations

    Iconic 52-foot tall freestanding Delicate Arch is one of the main attractions in the Arches National Park and is widely recognized as the state symbol of Utah. It can be reached by a moderate to difficult hike (including a section over slickrock without rails).

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    Arches National Park

    View type : Arches, Red Rock Formations, National Park

    Arches National Park is home to over 2000 natural sandstone arches and other geological formations. Popular areas in the Park include i) Delicate Arch ii) Windows Section iii) Double Arch iv) Park Avenue and La Sals Viewpoint v) Balanced Rock vi) Devils Garden – Landscape Arch etc.. vii)Fiery Furnace   Read more [...]

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    Coyote Gulch Escalante

    View type : Arches, Canyon, Natural Bridge, Secret Lagoon, Red Rock

    Nestled in the heart of Escalante’s canyon country, Coyote Gulch is a winding semi-narrow canyon that winds its way down through red rocks and contains two arches, a natural bridge, waterfalls, secret black lagoon etc.. It has four entry points on the Hole-in-the-Rock dirt road, which requires 4×4 with large clearance and Read more [...]

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    Rainbow Bridge National Monument

    View type : Arches, Canyon, Lake, Boat Cruise, Red Rock Formations

    Rainbow Bridge is an iconic, picturesque natural sandstone bridge set against the backdrop of red-rock formations and canyons mostly accessible only by a boat trip on Lake Powell or a 14-mile (one way) trail.

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    Mesa Arch

    View type : Arch, Sunrise, Panoramic, Canyon, Butte, Red Rock, Spires

    Cliff edge sandstone arch framing sunrise and the spectacular red rock canyon landscape.

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    Devils Garden Arches National Park

    View type : Arches, Red Rock Formations

    Devils Garden area feature many arches including the Landscape Arch, longest arch in North America. Devils Garden Trail takes you to the rock formations and arches. Trail to the Landscape Arch is short and easy but it gets difficult after reaching Landscape Arch. Two short trails lead to Navajo Arch Read more [...]