The round-trip hike of 1.4 miles is a small sacrifice for what you see when you arrive here. Step softly because you can feel the moccasined feet who went before you. You can walk on top of these arches and under them. There is even a cave at the end of one of them. I would rate the difficulty of the hike as moderate. You do have to climb or go down steep ladders & stairs. But well worth the effort. We visit these arches once a year.
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