Yoga at Delicate Arch

With over 2,000 natural arches in Arches National Park, it’s easy to overdose on your arch intake.  We lost count on how many we saw during our visit, but know we did not see all of them!  This natural collection of arches lies north of Moab, Utah and worth the trip.

Driving through Arches National Park

Delicate Arch has to be the most recognizable and prominent arch in the park.  This massive and vibrant red stone structure dwarfs any visitor who makes the trek to it.  Its impressive grandeur can only be felt while standing right underneath it.  Just look at how tiny we are in this picture!

feeling small at Delicate Arch

And Delicate Arch can be seen from miles away.

yes, that's Delicate Arch in the distance

Landscape Arch may be the next most popular arch in the park.  Some people say that the names of Landscape Arch and Delicate Arch were accidentally switched years ago.  I can believe it since this arch looks like it would collapse at any moment where Delicate Arch has the best landscape view in the park.

Landscape Arch

We hiked through several trails leading up to and through plenty of arches such as Double O Arches, Pine Tree, Navajo, Window and more.

I was so arch inspired that I tried to create one of my own while taking a dip in the Colorado River.

my Water Arch

If you do plan a trip to Arches National Park, I would recommend camping there for a couple of days and pace yourself.  Every arch is unique and beautiful so allow yourself plenty of time to soak in the beauty.  When they start to all look the same, you may have overdosed on arches!

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About jingerventures

Travelling is one of my many passions. I love to get out and explore everywhere I live and visit.

6 responses »

  1. Your photos are absolutely stunning. I can only imagine what the park looked like in person! Thank you for sharing.

  2. Jodi Black says:

    Someday…someday! I would love to go camping here. 🙂

  3. Jack Thies says:

    Glad you are back sharing your adventures again.

  4. […] rocks by visiting several of its National Parks like Bryce Canyon, Canyonlands, Capitol Reef and Arches.  We then drove north into Wyoming and Montana to explore Grand Teton and Yellowstone National […]

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