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Arches of the Colorado Plateau

The first time I visited Moab, Utah was in 2001 and I instantly fell in love with canyon country, slick rock, desert climbing, and the arches. Since then, I've been fortunate enough to return to Moab several times, and visit several other incredible areas of the Colorado Plateau. Last spring I got to introduce my wife to the area and she loved it (evening being seven months pregnant with our little girl). Looking forward to heading back as soon as we move back to Colorado.

Steve and KatherineKatherine and I in front of Corona Arch.

Arches National Park

Double ArchDouble Arch
Landscape ArchLandscape Arch
North Window ArchNorth Window
South Window ArchSouth Window
Skyline ArchSkyline Arch
Turret ArchTurret Arch
Partition ArchPartition Arch
Delicate ArchDelicate Arch
Wall ArchWall Arch
Unknown ArchUnnamed Arch
Double O ArchDouble O Arch

Canyonlands National Park

Monster and Washer Woman ArchWasher Woman
Fortress ArchFortress Arch
Castle ArchCastle Arch
Paul Bunyan s PottyPaul Bunyan's Potty
Mussleman ArchMussleman

Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Grosvenor Arch IIGrosvenor Arch
Sunset ArchSunset Arch
Stevens ArchStevens Arch
Jacob Hamblin ArchJacob Hamblin Arch
Coyote Natural BridgeCoyote Natural Bridge
Cliff ArchCliff Arch
Starlight ArchStarlight Arch
Unnamed ArchUnnamed Arch
Unnamed Mini-ArchUnnamed Arch II
Peek-A-Boo Arch IPeek-a-Boo Slot Arch I
Peek-A-Boo Double ArchPeek-a-Boo Slot Arch II
Spooky Canyon ArchSpooky Slot Arch

Other Areas

Window Rock ArchWindow Rock Arch, AZ
Corona ArchCorona Arch, UT
Hickman ArchHickman Arch, UT
Wilson ArchWilson Arch, UT
Jug Handle ArchJug Handle Arch, UT
Bowtie ArchBowtie Arch, UT
Morning Glory ArchMorning Glory Natural Bridge, UT
Kissing CamelsKissing Camels
Jurassic ArchJurassic


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Bubba Suess

Bubba Suess - Feb 1, 2009 1:06 pm - Hasn't voted

A lot of arches...

You have quite a collection of arches here. You might make the album a bit more enticing for other members of SP by filling out the text categories. Explain the point of the album, some of your favorites arches or some adventures you had that are represented in the images. Or simply say you are trying to catalogue all the arches on the Colorado Plateau or something. You just need so spice it up and make it less anonymous. Welcome to Summitpost!

Bubba Suess

Bubba Suess - Feb 3, 2009 1:30 pm - Hasn't voted

Good to see improvement.

However, you may want to divide up some of your galleries into rows of 8 thumbnails. This will improve the way the page is viewed on most monitors. Glad to see the work being put in!

T Sharp

T Sharp - May 25, 2009 1:46 pm - Voted 10/10

Great Album

I really enjoyed the views!


SteveMarr - May 26, 2009 6:05 pm - Hasn't voted

Re: Great Album

Tim - Thanks. I appreciate the compliment. I'm looking forward to heading back out that way and finding some more.

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