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Best Things To Do In Arches National Park

Arches National Park located in southeastern Utah, near Moab, offers more than 2000 natural sandstone arches and unique geological formations. Moreover, the Park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world. The unusual fairy-tale shapes and rusty red colors of the rocks will amaze you, so it’s worth visiting this fantastic picturesque place. In this article, we share our experience with the best things to do in the Arches National Park. And all things to know before you go to Arches, where to stay, how to get there, and how to prepare for the visit. We show you the best hikes in Arches National Park and the best photo spots & photo opportunities. And, we tell you everything you need to know about the pilot timed-entry reservation system at Arches National Park in 2022.

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Pilot Timed Entry Reservation System at Arches National Park in 2022

Suppose you plan a trip to Arches National Park. In that case, the most important is to know that from April 3 to October 3, 2022, is a new reservation system – a pilot timed-entry reservation system at Arches National Park in 2022.

How to Make a Reservation to Arches National Park?

Visitors must book reservations on a first-come, first-served basis on Recreation.gov beginning January 3, 2022, at 8 a.m. MST. On Recreation.gov, type Arches National Park Timed Entry or Arches National Park in the search engine and follow the booking instructions. The park will release reservations three months in advance in monthly blocks. On Jan. 3, reservations will open for April 3 through April 30. On February 1, reservations for the month of May and any remaining reservations not booked for April will be released. The other months will follow the following pattern:

  • Reservations for April (April 3-30) will be available beginning January 3.
  • For May (May 1-31) are possible from 1 February.
  • Reservations for June (June 1-30) are possible from March 1.
  • For July (July 1-31) are possible from 1 April.
  • Reservations for August (August 1-31) possible from 1 May.
  • For September (September 1-30) are possible from June 1.
  • Reservations for October (October 1-3) are possible from 1 July.

Timed Entry Ticket

After you book a reservation, you will receive a Timed Entry Ticket. This ticket is required to enter the park daily from 6 am to 5 pm and allows you to enter the park during a specific one-hour time window. After entry, you can stay in the park for as long as you like for the rest of the day. Reservation holders can leave and re-enter the park on the same day with a correctly validated ticket.

Additional Reservations

According to the NPS official website, a limited number of additional reservations are available through Recreation.gov beginning at 6 p.m. MDT the day before admission for those who did not make reservations early. Reservations must be purchased online or by calling Recreation.gov before entering the park and are not available at the park entrance. Temporary admission reservations are not required for those with camping, backcountry, Fiery Furnace, special use permits, concession agreements or commercial use permits. All reservations are expected to sell out quickly and visitors are encouraged to plan ahead.

Arches National Park Fun Facts

Arches National Park is a paradise for photographers, nature lovers, hikers, and families, because of short hiking trails. It is a landscape of contrasting colors and worlds unique rock forms and textures. Natural stone arches, soaring pinnacles, giant balanced rocks, colossal sandstone fins, and other geological formations are breathtaking. Over 11 films have used a scene from Arches National Park. From westerns such as Rio Conchos to Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and Thelma and Louise. So, if you plan Utah Mighty 5 Road Trip, Arches is a must-see!

So below, we prepared for you some facts about this red-rock wonderland.

Arches National Park Fun Facts

Arches National Park Weather

Southeastern Utah is part of the Colorado Plateau, so it is a high desert region that experiences wide temperature fluctuations, sometimes over 40 degrees in a single day. You need to be prepared for temperature differences. Elevations at Arches range from 3,960 feet along the Colorado River to 5,653-foot Elephant Butte, the park’s high point. Below, we’ve compiled charts with the lowest and highest average temperatures in Arches National Park. Moreover, we have also prepared an average number of precipitation for each month.

Best Time To Visit Arches National Park

So, what is the best time to visit Arches National Park? The best time to visit Arches National Park is from April through May and from September through October when daytime temperatures average about 60º to 80º degrees, and lows average 30º to 50º F. However, we also were in November, and the weather was pleasant for hikes. So, spring and fall are the best. Check our hiking tips, and our packing list before you go to Arches National Park; it will help you get ready for your adventure.

Spring brings warm, pleasant days and cool evenings.
Autumn brings amazing deep, rich colors, not just to the trees, but also the red rocks.
In the summer, temperatures can exceed even 100º degrees, which can make your trip a little bit challenging. So if you plan to go during summer, be prepared for the heat. But summer monsoon season brings storms, which often causes flash floods, too.
Winters are cold, with highs averaging 30º to 50º F, and lows averaging 0º to 20º F. However Arches during the winter are also beautiful, there are fewer people, and you can enjoy the place, too.

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How To Get To Arches National Park?

Most important is to know, that there is no public transportation inside Arches National Park.
So, if you plan an Arches NP trip in your own car, check our road trip packing list essentials. Other options to visit a park are renting a car, renting a motorhome, or taking a commercial tour to get around inside the park. The nearest town is Moab, Utah (5 miles to the Park). The Park is accessible by air or car from Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Grand Junction. The best flight offers you will find and book on TripAdvisor.com or CheapOair.
From Las Vegas, we’ve prepared a road trip loop of all 5 Utah national parks, so you can check out this post if you plan to visit parks other than Arches as well.
Food and water are not available within the Park, so you need to be prepared for your trip.

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Getting to Arches National Park by Car

The entrance to Arches National Park is north of the town of Moab, Utah. So, from Moab, drive north on US 191 for five miles. If you’re planning on traveling on your own, it’s worth buying and downloading the Arches National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour. The price is affordable, and you will not miss any of Arches National Park highlights!

From Interstate 70 (Crescent Junction), drive south on US 191 for 22 miles.
From Salt Lake City, UT, it is 230 miles to Arches NationalPark. By car, you should take I-15 S toward Las Vegas. Then merge onto US-6 E (exit 258) toward US-89 E Price/Manti. Next, you should take US-191 S (exit 182) toward Crescent Junction/Moab. And finally, turn right onto US-191 S to Moab.

If you want to drive to Arches from Las Vegas, NV, it will be 453 miles driving. From Las Vegas, you should take I-15 N toward Salt Lake City. Then take exit 132 for I-70 E. Next, take exit 182 (Crescent Junction) for US-191 S and follow signs to Arches National Park.

Arches National Park Entrance Fee

Private vehicle is $35 per week. But if you plan to visit more than three parks the best idea is to buy America the Beautiful – National Parks & Federal Recreational Lands Annual Pass, for the reason that it costs only $79.99 per year, and you have access to more than 2,000 National Parks and federal recreation sites in the United States. Pass is valid for 1 year from the month of purchase. Buy it before your trip!

Arches National Park Lodging

Where to stay in Arches National Park? You have many options. Are you looking for RV camping, tent space, or a comfortable hotel? Below are some of our suggestions that receive high reviews from guests. We stayed in some of them too, during our several visits to the Moab area, so we can recommend them.



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Hotels Near Arches National Park

Best Moab Hotels

Moab, Utah, is home to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Parks, and Colorado River so it’s the best idea to stay in this small charming town, surrounded by stunning red rocks. However, it is one of the most popular destinations in the American Southwest, so book your accommodation in advance. After visiting parks, you will find lots of opportunities to relax in this photogenic town full of great restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, and art galleries. Below we put some suggestions for accommodation in Moab with the highest customer reviews. You can check prices and availability on booking.com.

Luxury Hotels ($$$)
Hoodoo Moab is a luxury hotel in a heart of Moab. It offers a swimming pool, restaurant, bar, and fitness center. The rooms are modern and well-equipped. It offers a variety of breakfasts as continental, full English, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and American.
Hyatt Place Moab provides accommodations with a restaurant, free private parking, a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, and a fitness center. Hyatt Place Moab offers 4-star accommodations with a hot tub and terrace.

Mid-Range Hotels ($$)
Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn and Best Western Plus Greenwell Inn are our choices. We stayed in both. They are located in the heart of the city, well equipped, and have good value for money.
The Gonzo Inn is located in Moab and provides free WiFi, express check-in and check-out, and concierge services. Featuring family rooms, this property also provides guests with an outdoor pool.

Budget Hotels ($)
Bowen Motel is located a 5-minute drive from Arches National Park. It features an outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi access. The air-conditioned rooms have satellite TV and a seating area.
Inca Inn Motel is located in the top-rated area in Moab and has an excellent location score of 8.8. It offers free Wi-Fi, a heated outdoor pool, and guest rooms that include a cable TV, fridge, and microwave.
Rustic Inn also has a great location. We like these decorated rooms with oak cabinets and a built-in desk. Rooms are air-conditioned, equipped with free Wi-Fi access and a TV set. There is a kitchenette with utensils, kitchenware, and a microwave.

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Other Places to Stay Near Arches National Park

If you are looking for accommodation outside of the city because you are looking for something unique, or originally furnished, we recommend several places a few miles away from Moab, but still close enough to explore the Utah National Parks.

Under Canvas Moab ($$$) is a unique place. It is not a standard hotel, it is a luxury camp. On 40 acres of land, tents offer spectacular views of Arches National Park. Selected tents feature private bathrooms. BBQ facilities are available on site. So, it is a great choice if you are looking for romantic lodging.



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Arches National Park Camping

Devils Garden Campground

Devils Garden Campground is the only one camping at Arches National Park operated by NPS. So, it’s worth to book in advance, especially during peak season (March-May & Sept-Oct). You can reserve standard campsites up to 6 months in advance for stays from March 1-October 31. Between November 1 and February 28, all sites are first-come, first-served. The park does not have dump stations, or electric, water, or sewer hook-ups for RVs. There are also no showers. So if you need electricity or other facilities check our campgrounds suggestions below. You can find more suggestions on booking.com.

Commercial Campgrounds in the Moab area

If you need facilities, book campgrounds in the Moab area. They offer many conveniences such as showers, running water, RV hook-ups, toilets, Wi-Fi, dump stations, and more. It’s good to reserve it in advance because this area of Utah is trendy. Lots of tourists visit Arches National Park and neighboring Canyonlands National Park and stay in private campgrounds. So, below are some of our campground suggestions.

  • Spanish Trail RV Park has great reviews among the guests. It offers 81 sites with WiFi and other facilities. There are no tents allowed. After exploring the Arches National Park, you can relax in the pool.
  • O.K. RV Park & Canyonlands Stables is just outside of Moab but still close enough to enjoy the restaurants and shops in the town. It offers 70 sites with WiFi.
  • Moab Valley RV Resort offers 69 sites with all amenities and WiFi. It has a dedicated tenting area, too. There is a heated pool and playground. You can also rent a cabin.
  • Archview RV Park & Campground offers 77 sites with WiFi and full hookups. It is also tent camping allowed. It offers restrooms and showers, laundry, and a swimming pool.
  • Kane Creek Campground and RV Park has a great location and offers sites for RV and for tents also. It is located 3 miles south of Moab between massive 600-foot red rock cliffs and the Colorado River.

BLM Campgrounds in Moab area

There are also the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) campgrounds on the public lands surrounding Moab, but they are popular and fill quickly every day. There are no reservations. Campsites are available on a first-come-first-served basis only. Many BLM campsites are suitable for RVs, although hookups are not available. You will find a full list of BLM in the Arches National Park area on discovermoab.com.

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Best Things To Do in Arches National Park

Take an Arches Scenic Drive

For sure, taking an Arches Scenic Drive is one of the best things to do in Arches National Park. The fastest option for visiting the Park is driving the 36 miles (58km) round trip Arches Scenic Drive. A paved scenic drive will take you to many of the major viewpoints within the park, as the La Sal Mountains viewpoint, and more. If you have time, get out of the car and explore the arches up close. In the next chapter, we will give you detailed info about the best hikes in Arches National Park. For the Arches Scenic Drive is great to download this Arches National Park Self-Guided Driving Tour. It’s a great, cheap, and useful app.

Arches Scenic Drive

Take a Tour

A great idea to consider is an organized trip. With a guide, you will learn the secrets of the Arches National Park, know the most interesting facts about its rocks formations, you will discover the hidden side of the Arches. So, check commercial tours on getyourguide.com or TripAdvisor.com, where you will find lots of reviews on each tour. Taking a tour is one of the best things to do in Arches National Park, especially if you want some adventure.

If you are looking for Backcountry Experience, take the Backcountry 4×4 Tour. You will reach remote sections of the Arches National Park, where you can hike among towering sandstone spires and arches away from the crowds. You will see locations for Hollywood movies on this tour.

During this 4×4 Day Trip, you will avoid the crowds at Arches National Park with this 4×4 adventure. The guide takes you off-road to explore the rocky terrain of the park from areas where only rugged vehicles can go.

Rent a Bike

If you like biking, Arches National Park is a great park to explore by bike, especially if you come early in the morning when there is less traffic. You can rent a bike in Moab.

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Go For a Hike in Arches National Park

One of the best things to do in Arches National Park is hiking. Arches National Park has many easy trails providing opportunities for kids and adults to get out of the car and explore the arches up close. Hikers can choose from a wide variety of hiking trails, from short twenty-minute walks to moderate hikes. So, do not hesitate, and go for a hike.

Our favorite hikes in Arches National Park are Delicate Arch, Balanced Rock, Landscape Arch, Double O Arch, Park Avenue, Sand Dune Arch, The Window.
So, in the next chapter, we share detailed info about each of the best hikes in Arches National Park. This will help you choose the right paths for you depending on the time and your hiking skills. Check our hiking tips, before you go for a hike. Furthermore, check our list of essential things that you should take on a day hike.

Best Hikes in Arches National Park

Delicate Arch in Arches National Park

Difficulty: difficult
Distance: 3 mi / 4.8 km round trip
Time: 2.5-3 hrs
Elevation change: 480 feet/ 146 m

PROTIP: There is no shade on this trail, so take sun protection, like a hat and bring plenty of water and snacks. And most importantly, if you are going for a sunset, take a headlamp for your safe return. It becomes dark immediately after sunset!

One of the best things to do in Arches National Park is hiking to Delicate Arch. The most famous natural stone arch in the world is probably the Delicate Arch. Known from photos, this arch has become iconic due to its freestanding shape. Delicate Arch is our favorite sunset spot in Arches National Park. Delicate Arch is an iconic symbol for Utah. This moderate/difficult 3 miles round trip hike (4,8 km) makes a steady climb gaining 480 feet in elevation from the parking lot. So, watch your step on this hike. The last part of the hike follows along a narrow ledge that descends into a huge natural Slickrock bowl. In this vast sandstone depression, Delicate Arch stands majestically. Orange rocks glisten in the rays of the setting sun. Check how to enjoy Delicate Arche Hike.

PHOTO TIP: if you are going for the sunset take a tripod for this hike. A telephoto lens 80-400/100-400 mm or standard zoom as 24-70 mm lens for Canon or Nikon will be the best to zoom the Delicate Arch and mountains far away on the horizon. Thus you will also avoid photographing people who are around you.

Delicate Arch

Landscape Arch at Devils Garden

Difficulty: easy
Distance: 1.6 mi / 2.6 km round trip
Time: 50 min
Elevation change:

Landscape Arch is possibly even more delicate than Delicate Arch. It looks like a sandstone spiderweb. Landscape Arch has the longest span of any arch in North America, 306 feet (93.3 meters), and is the fourth-longest in the world.

PROTIP: After Landscape Arch, the Devils Garden trail becomes moderate/difficult, with rock scrambling, and exposure to heights, so watch your step.

Landscape Arch

Double O Arch at Devils Garden

Difficulty: difficult
Distance: 4.5 mi / 6.8 km round trip
Time: 2.5 – 3 hrs
Elevation change:

Beyond Landscape Arch, the trail is more challenging as it climbs over sandstone slabs. The footing is rocky, so watch your step. There are narrow ledges with exposure to heights.

Double O Arch at Devils Garden

Sand Dune Arch in Arches National Park

Difficulty: easy
Distance: 0.3 mi / 0.5 km round trip
Time: 20 min
Elevation change: 0

We love these kissing rocks; they are so romantic. They are hidden in a small slot canyon. It’s an easy hike with impressive views. Sand over your foot is warm, and rocks are warm too. You can sit and admire these stones when the sunlight up the orange-colored cliff.

PHOTO TIP: The rocks are hidden in a canyon, so the best light for photos you have is in the early afternoon when the most sunlight falls into the gorge. It’s also a good idea to take a tripod with you.

Sand Dune Arch

Balanced Rock in Arches National Park

Difficulty: easy
Distance: 0.3 mi / 0.5 km round trip
Time: 20 min
Elevation change:

The enormous sandstone boulder atop Balanced Rock weighs approximately 3,5 tons. The upper portion of the rock is as large as three school buses! It is a loop trail at the base of a fragile, picturesque rock formation. The beginning of the trail is paved and accessible to wheelchairs. The paved path ends at a viewpoint where you can see The Windows and the distant La Sal Mountains.

PROTIP: don’t get too close to the rock, watch out for rock fragments.

Balanced Rock in Arches National Park

The Windows & Turret Arch

Difficulty: easy
Distance: 1 mi / 1.6 km round trip
Time: 45 min
Elevation change:

The Windows & Turret Arch is an easy gentle climb up a gravel trail, and stone steps lead to the massive North Window, South Window, and Turret Arch. You can return to the parking lot via the same path, or take the slightly longer primitive trail around the Windows by starting at the South Window viewpoint.

The Windows
Turret Arch

Double Arch

Difficulty: easy
Distance: 0.5 mi / 0.8 km round trip
Time: 20 min
Elevation change:

It is easy, relatively flat, gravel-surfaced. It leads to the base of two large arch spans which are joined at one end. The trail may be accessible to wheelchairs with assistance. This area is featured in the opening scene of Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. 

TRIP TIP: If you are planning a Utah road trip, check our detailed Utah Photography & Travel Guide, where you can find the most exciting & must-see places in Utah and useful hints for trip planning.

Tips for Photographing Arches National Park

As you know light is important in photography. So, below are the best times of day to photograph some of the major features in Arches National Park.

Sunrise & Early Morning in Arches National Park

  • Landscape Arch
  • Double O Arch
  • Double Arch
  • The Three Gossips
  • The Great Wall
  • Turret Arch
  • Moab Fault

Late Afternoon & Sunset in Arches National Park

  • Delicate Arch 
  • The Windows
  • Park Avenue
  • Balanced Rock
  • Tower Arch
  • Fiery Furnace
  • Courthouse Towers
  • The Garden of Eden

Gear for Photographing Arches National Park

The appropriate gear would include a wide-angle zoom for panorama shots of the Arches National Park, as well as a standard zoom in the 24-70mm range. In our opinion, the telephoto lens might be useful for photographing Arches National Park, too. You can zoom details of rocks if you wish.

So it’s worth taking a minimum of two lenses. One is a wide-angle, and the second is a standard zoom lens. A polarizing filter will help saturate the beautiful reds and oranges on the rocks formations. Below you will find photo gear that we use.

Tripod for photographing Arches National Park is crucial if you want to take sunrise or sunset photos. We recommended a reliable and heavy tripod. We use these model of Sirui for years, and it's a high quality, and reliable tripod. Our second choice, the cheaper ones, is this model used by Agnes. It is also fantastic.
Take remote shutter release, too. A remote shutter release allows you to control the shutter through a remote control, which ensures you won’t have to touch your camera. As a result, you will eliminate any unwanted blur on your subject.
Chris uses Canon EOS R , it is very light and modern mirrorless camera.
Agnes loves Nikon D750, it is light camera with excellent quality sensor and very ergonomic.
So, in the case of Canon, we recommend EF 16-35mm f/4L IS USM or EF 16-35mm f/2.8L or cheaper 17-40mm f/4L EF Ultra Wide Angle.
In Nikon system, it’s good to have Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 14-24mm f/2.8G ED (which Agnes uses) or Nikon AF-S FX NIKKOR 16-35mm f/4G ED VR.
Use the polarizer filter to reduce reflections on surfaces. Some filter may warm up your scene a little bit. So, we recommend Circular polarizing filter, ND grad filters (minimum Lee soft edge 0.9, Lee reverse ND grad and a holder) and full ND (Lee Big Stopper or Little Stopper).
Another important lens in photographing Arches National Park is standard zoom lens or telephoto lens. The telephoto lens is perfect for focusing on rocks details. So in case of Nikon we use AF-S NIKKOR 80-400mm f/4.5-5.6G ED VR lens. Standard zoom which Agnes uses is Nikkor 24-70 mm f/2.8
In Canon system our choice telephoto is Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS II USM Lens. Chris has been using it for years, and it works great in landscape and wildlife photography. As a standard zoom lens Chris uses Canon 24-70 mm f/2.8L
Protecting your camera from the sand and dust at Arches is crucial. Using a camera backpack is a great idea for hiking too. Our favourites are Think Tank Backpacks.
Camera cleaning kit is also important to remove dust that will get on your lens at Arches.
Don't forget memory cards for your trip. Purchase name brand memory cards. We use Lexar and SanDisk.

Arches National Park Photography Tips

Photography Along Arches Scenic Drive will take you a minimum of 4 – 5 hours. The viewpoint of Park Avenue is the first stop as you travel along the scenic drive. Moreover, the best time to photograph Park Avenue is middle to late afternoon, when the valley is in shadow and the sun lights up the east wall.

La Sal Mountain Viewpoint Photo Spots is the best for sunrise and early morning. From this viewpoint, you can enjoy a 360-degree view. You will see the La Sal Mountains to the east and unique formations like Three Gossips, Sheep Rock, and the Courthouse Towers. On the horizon, you will see Balanced Rock and the Windows Section. You can use a telephoto lens to zoom it.

Photographing Delicate Arch is an amazing experience. Delicate Arch is one of the best sunset spots in Arches National Park.  But it is so famous, that it might be crowded. So, start your hike to Delicate Arch at least two hours before sunset to get your spot. Don’t forget the tripod and headlamp. Walk around the bowl to find a unique composition and use different lenses and filters.

Landscape Arch Photo Spots is the best at sunrise and early morning. Use a wide lens to make this Arch.

Photo Spots Along the Devil’s Garden Trail are our favorites. The best time to photograph the Devil’s Garden area arches is sunrise and early morning. To take pictures of Double O Arch, pass through the lower opening of the arch and climb the slick rock on the other side to photograph the arch with the sky as the background.

Photograph The Windows early in the morning. A great idea is to have a person in the background to show the size of the rocks.

The Windows in Arches National Park

12 Comments

  1. Thanks for taking me back to our fall visit to Arches.  It was the first of the Utah parks we visited.  It was fun to see the sites where movies have been filmed.  We did enjoy taking the scenic drive around.  But got out regularly  to see the arches up close.  Next time we will plan more time in Moab so we can do some of the longer hikes.  Thanks for sharing some good photography tips for our next visit.

  2. The first look of Arches National Park has made me fall in love. It seems such an exciting destination. The red natural sandstones look so special. Would love to visit sometime.

  3. These are interesting things to know about Arches National Park. We haven’t had the chance to visit here yet but it would be nice to see the sandstone arches up close. 

    Thank you for sharing these tips. Will try to visit around September as you recommended. 

  4. Wow! SO many amazing tips and tricks in here – I especially like that you told us when we could find the best natural light for those must have Instagram photos. I love that all of the different areas and described in detail and given a ranking such as easy or difficult. I’m not a very keen hiker, so it’s nice to know which parts would be doable for me and which would not. Nice call warning everyone about flash flooding! I think I would like winter best. Even though it’s cold – it’s less crowded!

  5. Arches National Park would be my perfect playground – love nature, trekking, and photography! I can’t believe it had 17 million visitors in 2018 – that’s huge! Think I’d avoid the summer period to be able to enjoy the great outdoors more and hire the bike, good to know there is no food & water in the Park!

  6. Love love love the Arches! We went couple years ago and it was amazing! I hope I can go back someday to explore more. My favorites were the Delicate Arch and the Balanced Rock. This was a great guide for people visiting the park with so much valuable information. I will bookmark it for my future travels. 

  7. This is such a useful travel guide with relevant information for anyone looking to visit the Arches, National Park. I have been to Arizona and almost made it here two years back but had to change my plans at the last moment. I am bookmarking this post for my next trip. I would definitely not miss the photo spots near the Devil’s Garden Trail 

  8. Wow…what lovely photographs of landscapes. Looks truly mesmerising.Nature at its best for sure! Have never been to the US, so these pics definitely tempt me to embark on my journey to Utah soon. Glad that you have packed in all the info one requires to explore this destination. Wonderful post!

  9. I have seen lots of photos of this beautiful Arches National Park located in Utah, and always want to go to this place for that beautiful naturally carved arches. It must be wonderful to spot these 2000 natural sandstone arches and unique geological formations which really looks interesting and like a nature’s art. Good to know that this park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world.  These unique shapes shapes and rusty red colors of the rocks is truly a fantastic and photogenic place

  10. I’ve been here a couple of times and I enjoyed both visit a lot. But I still didn’t get to visit the Double O. Maybe the third time. And I will follow your photography trips to make better pictures. 

  11. Arches National Park is such a beautiful park! I guess I never realized there were more than 2000 arches. I knew there were a lot, but never knew the number. Great tips for when/where to get some great photos too! 

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