Arches National Park Hiking Trails
Devils Garden Trail takes you past 7 prominent arches in the park. The trail head begins just outside the Devils Garden Campground. As you enter the trail, you hike between two fins that wind up a small hill. There is a fork in the trail, and this is where you split off to go see Tunnel Arch, and Pine Tree Arch. Read More!
Let me start by saying, this is one of the most beautiful Arches you will ever see, but oh boy what a hike! The Delicate Arch trail is one of the most strenuous trails, and for good reason. The length of the trail is 3 miles round trip with an elevation gain of 480 feet. Read More!
The Sand Dune and Broken Arch trail's were my favorite hikes in Arches National Park. The trail head starts at the Sand Dune Arch parking area, and then splits into the separate trails about 0.1 miles from the parking area. The trail to Sand Dune Arch is only 0.4 miles round trip and its 1.2 miles round trip to Broken Arch. Read More!
After pitching our camp in the Devils Garden Campground, we noticed a hiking trail right out the back of our campground. It wound through some sand, and then ended up in a rock out crop with a triple arch, and a spectacular wall. As we sat with our first view of our first arch in the park, minus the rock formations on the way into the park. Read More!
The Windows Area has 5 Arches that are all beautiful. The main trail is very wide and well traveled, in fact you will be hard pressed to find solitude at this location. The trail is very easy with steps built in and the main trail graveled. If you head to the north off the main trail you will arrive at Turret Arch. Read More!