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 Utah Travel Center National ParksArches


Arch National ParkThe world's largest concentration of natural stone arches is found in Arches National Park. Over 2,000 of these miracles of nature grace the 73,000-acre area. The arches and numerous other extraordinary geologic features, such as spires, pinnacles, pedestals and balanced rocks, are highlighted in striking foreground and background views created by contrasting colors, landforms and textures.

A 40-mile scenic drive curves from the visitor center to the parking area at Devil's Garden. From this paved road, most of the formations of the park are easily accessible, including Balanced Rock, Skyline Arch and Double Arch. Two trails, and a viewpoint accessible by car, offer different views of Delicate Arch, the park's most famous geologic feature. Road guides and hiking brochures for the park are available at the visitor center. Guided hikes and campfire programs are offered daily. The entrance to the park is five miles north of Moab via US-191. The visitor center is open year-round. Water is available seasonally in the year-round campground. Be sure to get your Arches Travel Packet for information on Arches National Park!

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