2. Delicate Arch

Delicate Arch is a 60 ft piece of stone that looks like it could have been carved on purpose as a gateway to somewhere special. It is one of the most used images of the park and the state of Utah. There is a road through the park where many arches can be viewed. However, you have to leave the car to see this beauty. The hike to view it up close and personal is 3 miles round trip. It's worth it as you will also get to see a wall of Indian petroglyphs. The trail is uphill so considered the heat and take caution if your fitness level is not up to par.


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