Where is Arches National Park?
State Of Utah
Type National Park
Location east of Utah, 8 km north of Moab
Brief description in the area of Arches you will find in incomparable number natural sandstone arches. The arches and numerous other geological treasures form an unusual scenario for a desert landscape with Phantom color effects.
Visitors about 870,000 annually (on average 2,400 daily)
Open all year round, limited program in Winter.
What city is Arches?
Getting there public transport to Moab.
Admission fee, National Park Pass will be honored
Facilities visitor centre: available
Camping: available (50 pitches)
Motels and food in Moab
The visitor centre near the entrance to the park includes a Museum and a short audiovisual demonstration.
A tarmac tour of 77 km (4 to 6 Hours) takes you through spectacular landscapes to the highlights of the park. Hiking trails of varying length and difficulty lead to and through the arches.
In addition to nocturnal bonfires, the Rangers organize guided hikes in summer. Feed information and, if necessary, pre-registration at the visitor centre.
Environment Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Slickrock Bike Trail, Manti-LaSal National Forest
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