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As you enter Arches National Park, you don't have to drive very far to see this awesome site. I did not have the opportunity to walk the trail as I visited this toward the approaching sunset. It was amazing to see how the vertical walls...More
This is a lovely little trail. All the better if you can persuade someone to drive the car to the bottom to save you the walk back up. You are surrounded by weird and wonderful rock formations but the star of the show has to...More
This was our first hike in the park and it really set the atmosphere for the rest of the park. There are no arches but the different rock formations were amazing. We started from the top observation area and walked down the wash about 3/4...More
The first feature of Arches National Park after entering the park and passing the visitor center—not counting Moab Fault, which actually runs outside the park's boundaries—is Park Avenue. An on-site viewpoint offers breathtaking views of a hiking trail that follows the bottom of a canyon...More
I didn’t walk the entire trail, it was just at sunset, but a still got great views and pictures. You can definitely tell why it’s named Park Avenue. I with a had more time to explore here. What I did see was fantastic
All of Arches is beautiful and we did many hikes, of all different types. However, this hike is my favorite. I love the Park Avenue section and The Gossips.
It is majestic to be in between the tall walls of the fins and exit where...More
The park avenue trail was the first place we stopped after entering the park. There is a scenic overview area where you can view the area, so you don’t have to hike the trail if you don’t want to. The hike is about a mile...More