I think Arches is one of my favorite national parks. I am fortunate to live only 3 hrs away, so can visit frequently. I can't even remember how many sunsets I spend at Delicate Arch. I biked there, I climbed there, I ran there.... Just pity that dogs are not allowed (Duchess has to usually wait in the car).
Got lost, wait, not lost but wrong turn on the loop so I ended up making my own route up between some fins and caught the main trail. Kinda fun seeing all these people but you can't get to them.
I've hiked in Arches NP on two different trips and will go back. A magical area!
Arches is definitely a must see! Tons of hikes and great mountain biking in Moab as well!
Hiked a bit with my wife.
Many hiking and climbing trips over the years, and many more to come.
After graduation on the way back west...
I've hiked up to Delicate Arch a few times as well as several other short hikes. It's a lovely park. Highly recommended!
many hikes and climbs and canyon exploration, unfortunate that Duchess cannot enjoy it the way I do (she has to sit in the car). And Delicate Arch is one of my favorite hikes - don't mind repeating that one.
> than 20 visit
Picked a very hot time for this trip.
SO MANY trips here I can't remember em all. Double Arch is great. Chased off Balanced Rock (weather). Mountain Biking, trail-running, hiking, out & back to Klondike Bluffs etc...
An absolutely awesome place to be.
Definitely one of Utah's gems.
Explored several of the arches and trails. Very cool area.
We came in from the back side. A bit of a tourist trap, but neat arches non the less. We hiked though the devils garden which was nice, although quite hot.
Been there several times between 1991 and 2008, hiked all official paths, including Fiery Furnace. This is one of the most exciting places on Earth!
camped with Steve Crosby, in the campground, after waiting for a open site. Hiked around Fiery Furnace, all the arches, etc. 80's daytime, 40's at nite...very nice
I'm sure I'll be back!
Loved it. Hiked to Delicate Arch, Landscape and all of the rest of them. Going back to go in the Fiery Furnace.
I have been to 18 countries, 5 war zones, 2 world-fairs and have seen camels screwing in a Saudi Marketplace, but I HAVE NEVER seen anything like this place before...
Go before 9 in the morning and avoid serious crowds!
Got a permit from the N'tnl Park visitor's center so I could go into the Fiery Furnace. So much fun getting in and then figuring how to get back out! I definitely want to go back...
To crowded for me