The most beautiful places in NP Arches

The best of Arches National Park

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful places in NP Arches
Inserted: 17.03.2023
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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Arches is one of the most famous national parks in Utah and the West of the USA. Visitors are mainly attracted here by the incredible leaning arches – the largest in the world. The most famous places are accessible by hiking trails. Like other US national parks, the motorized visitor is in mind here, and many places are just a few steps away from your car. Let's take a look at the most beautiful rock arches in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch

The most famous rock arch in the world

Altitude: 1 455 m / 4 774 ft

Delicate Arch is without a doubt the most famous and perhaps the most beautiful place in Arches National Park… continue reading

Landscape Arch

Largest rock arch in the US

Altitude: 1 635 m / 5 364 ft

At 88 meters, Landscape Arch is the largest rock arch in the USA and in the entire Western Hemisphere. For… continue reading

North Window Arch and South Window Arch

Two beautiful arches right next to each other

Altitude: 1 606 m / 5 269 ft

The most beautiful place of the entire Windows Loop Trail, where you can see three rock arches, is the… continue reading

Double Arch

Beautiful Double Gate

Altitude: 1 609 m / 5 279 ft

Beautiful Double Gate continue reading

Turret arch

Smallest of three side by side arches

Altitude: 1 601 m / 5 253 ft

As part of a small walk – the Windows Loop Trail, you will come across three interesting arches. The smallest… continue reading

Balanced Rock

The largest balancing rock in Arches

Altitude: 1 540 m / 5 052 ft

At the beginning of the excursion circuit in Arches National Park, you will come across an interesting and… continue reading

Valley of Winter Camp Wash

Valley below Delicate Arch

Altitude: 1 332 m / 4 370 ft

The valley between the rock with the famous Delicate Arch and the Upper Delicate Arch Viewpoint is called… continue reading

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