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Arches National Park

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Arches National Park - Reviews from across the web

A real tnational treasure - user review
This has to one of the most beautiful places on earth. Terrific hikes of many different lengths. Take plenty of water. Very...

Arches National Park - user review
One of the most beautiful places I have ever been! We were traveling from Grand Junction Colorado to Torrey Utah so we decided to stop at the park. We only saw a small part of the park because we still had to travel a good distance to Torrey, but the next time I go I will spend at least a full day t...

Arches National Park - user review
This was our second time here the first time we couldn't possibly see the entire park, even this time we didn't but we got to see more. I recommend staying the night in Moab and spending more time here in the park. There is a fee to get into the park I forget how much, but I think it was like $5 a c...

Rocks, Really Red Rocks!! - user review
Of all the places I have been, Arches is my favorite. I took my 80 year old mother and she loved it, also. We were very lucky to see wild sheep near the road when we first e...

Road Trips: Southern Utah - expert review
Cramming five national parks into four days isn't for everyone. But if you are going to attempt such a quest, Southern Utah is the place to do it. Five of the nation's most gorgeous parks are packed into 650 miles of high desert. Bryce Canyon and Zion are both justly famous; so are the sandstone bri...

Fantasic! - user review
great for a couple hour visit with short easy hikes to interesting for...

Beautiful little Town - user review
had been through moab while driving truck for schnieder national it nestled inside a canyon the last place you expect to find a town a fantastic getawa...

Arches National Park - user review
Absolutely stunning! Wish I had more time to spend there. Located a mere 5 miles outside of Moab, Arches is definitely worth the trip. It is part of the National Parks Organization so if you think you?ôll be visiting more than 4 or 5 parks in the year, you should buy the National Parks Pass for $50....

Arches National Park - Introduction - expert review
Arches National Park is a geological wonderland. Set in the high desert of southeastern Utah, it is home to the largest concentration of sandstone arches in the world, some 2,000 in all. That the simple actions of erosion over tens of thousands of years could produce what appear to be purposefully s...

Moab is great - user review
The Moab area and Arches National Park is awesome. Arches National Park provides beautiful scenery and hikes for all skill levels. Select your shoes carefully. Bring water, my fami...

Arches National Park - user review
A photographer's paradise, the multitude of rock formations can boggle the mind. During the early morning and late afternoon hours when the light is low, the fins appear to glow. Spring and fall are the best times to visit as the park is less congested and the weather more conducive to hiking with h...

Arches National Park - user review
The park is located 5 miles north of Moab. Arches National Park features the largest concentration of natural stone arches in the world. There must be a minimum of a three foot opening in order for it to be considered an arch; the largest in the park 306 feet from base to base at a height of 105 fee...

Arches National Park - user review
Details: Admission to Arches National Park is $10/car. Admission is included if you have a valid National Park Pass. There is a visitor center at the entrance to the park. However, there is no food or fuel available. My recommendation is to fuel up (on food and fuel) before entering the park. Hikes:...

Arches National Park - user review
Arches Park is a true wonderland, containing more than 1500 recognized natural arches, ranging in size from just a few feet to the 305 foot span of mammoth Landscape. This is the world's largest concentration of natural stone arches,as a result of erosion and weathering over thousands of years. The ...

Beauty in the desert - user review
The scenerary was just beautiful, lots to see for non hikers as well. A must is to hike to the delicate arch its strenuous ...

Arches National Park - user review
Arches National Park is a must-see if you are in southeast Utah. It has breath-taking scenery, with red rock formations and natural arches everywhere. The park is well-organized and accessible so even short easy hikes are extremely rewarding. Arches is the kind of park you can see in a day, but you ...

Amazing - user review
We were amazed at the tall, slender stone formations and the arches that are all over the park. We had one day to take in this park. We hiked out to the Delicate Arch in the mor...

Hike the Fiery Furnace - user review
This is an amazing park...the fiery furnace is too much fun but you need to be in fairly good shape to hike it. Everywhere you go, youll see something a little different. A m...

We plan on going back next year, and maybe every year after that! - user review
We love Moab, Utah. The city has a small town feel with a great variety of establishments. Depending on what you like to do, Moab has it all. Rafting, skydiving, hiking, off-road...

Arches National Park (U.S. National Park Service)
Arches National Park preserves over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, like the world-famous Delicate Arch, as well as many other unusual rock formations. In some areas, the forces of nature have exposed millions of years of geologic history. The extraordinary features of the park create a landscape of...

Arches National Park Hotels Moab Utah Lodging Ramada Inn Moab Hotel Motel Accommodations
next to the Mill Creek Parkway in full view of the impressive La Sal Mountains and surrounded by towering red rock cliffs. Just minutes to Arches National Park, the Colorado River, and close to Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, beautiful 18 hole golf course, and biking trails s...

Arches National Park - Welcome to Arches National Park
Welcome to the Arches National Park Page. This site is dedicated to providing useful information on Arches National Park. Learn about the park's history and wildlife, discover scenic hiking trails and beautiful campgrounds. Plan a trip or vacation using detailed downloadable maps and referencing our...

Arches National Park, near Moab, Utah
is of course famous for the red arches of Entrada sandstone that occur there in great profusion, and the visitor center sells a map showing the location of over 1,000, ranging in size from Landscape Arch with an 89 meter span to small cavities 3 feet across, which is the minimum dimension for an ope...

YouTube - Fiery Furnace Arches National Park Moab, Utah - Gary Leatham
Wow we found it AMAZING to play outside in nature ... and highly recommend it to all! It's so fun to cast the notes and hear them echo back to you off the walls. Here Gary Leatham is playing a Woodsounds Native American style flute solo outdoors at Surprise Arch, in Fiery Furnace, within in Arches N...

Arches National Park | Utah.com
The entrance fee for Arches National Park is $10 per vehicle, or $5 per person. Frequent visitors may be interested in the $25 annual area pass (good for entrance into Arches, Canyonlands, Hovenweep and Natural Bridges) or the $50 annual national parks pass (good for entrance into all properties man...

Arches National Park - Plan your trip to Arches National Park.
Ranger-guided hikes in the Fiery Furnace section are a true family adventure. Reservations for this hike must be made in the visitor's center and a fee is charged. These 2.5 to 3 hour hikes are moderately strenuous, requiring the occasional use of hands to scramble through narrow cracks and along na...

Moab Utah Arches National Park Cabins RV Campark
Our park sits on 35 acres in a natural setting with stunning views and plenty of room for vehicle parking and kids to run and play. Away from town, it is a wonderful place for star-gazing and quiet evening walks. For the hearty adventurer, enjoy a unique experience and take the back country trial fr...

Arches National Park Hotel :: Stylish and Comfortable Moab Utah Accommodations
Ranger-guided hikes in the Fiery Furnace section are a true family adventure. Reservations for this hike must be made in the visitor's center and a fee is charged. These 2.5 to 3 hour hikes are moderately strenuous, requiring the occasional use of hands to scramble through narrow cracks and along na...

Moab Utah Lodging Arches National Park Canyonlands National Park - House
Located in a very pleasant Moab neighborhood, this 2600 sq. ft. home offers plenty of room to spread out and relax. The house is especially well suited to large groups and is complemented by generous patio space, a large yard and gardens, and a roomy two-car garage. Very convenient access to downtow...

Lodging and hotels near Arches National Park | Moab Utah | National Park Reservations
Lizards, including the colorful collared lizard, are one of the most frequently seen animals at Arches. When not chasing flies or basking in the sun, they are often seen doing what appears to be push-ups. Scientists believe this and other behaviors signal domina...

Delicate Arch (Arches National Park) - Moab, UT, 84532 - Citysearch
Delicate Arch is a sight to see, and the location offers a nice vista of the surrounding Arches National Park area. The La Sal Mountains can be seen in the distance, along with other various buttes and ridges. If you want an up-close view you're going to have to work for it. Delicate Arch can be rea...

Hiking tours of Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park near Moab, UT- Escape Adventures
Canyonlands and Arches National Parks are also rich with signs of past human occupation. Native Americans have been present in the area for thousands of years. Archaeological sites, petroglyphs, pictographs, ancient handprints and artifacts such as arrowheads are often discovered or seen within the ...

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