Things to do:
You won’t be bored in Arches National Park. There are so many Arches you can explore.
• La Sal Mountains Viewpoint: A great spot to see a view of The Organ, Tower of Babel, Sheep Rock, and Three Gossips. No hiking is needed, just park your car and enjoy the scenery.
• Park Avenue: A great viewpoint to check out while in Arches National Park. If you've got time there's an easy and short trail here, 1.8 mile RT (1.1 km).
• Balanced Rock: This is a cool sight to see. There are plenty of parking spots, the trail is paved and you can go all the way around the Balanced Rock.
Length: 0.3 miles (0.4 km).
• Delicate Arch: Delicate Arch is Arches National Park's Crown jewel and the best time to hike Delicate Arch Trail is at sunset.
Trail Length: 3.4 miles (5.6 km).
Time: 2-3 hours.
Difficulty: Moderate (Hard for beginners)
Elevation Gain: 480 feet.
• Windows Loop & Turret Arch Trail: Nice arch set in a really interesting rock formation. The walk here from the parking area is brief and easy.
Length: 1.1 miles (1.9 km).
• Double O Arch: The second largest arch within the Devils Garden area. As the name implies, there are two arches here and the landscape is beautiful.
Length: 4.1 miles (6.6km).
Elevation Gain: 5,150 feet.
• Skyline Arch: The parking lot is just a pull-off, and very small. You can see this arch right from the road, no need to hike in you choose not to, but if you do, the hike is short and nice.
Trail Length: 0.2 miles (0.3 km)
• Sand Dune Arch: You walk through a pretty tight canyon with soft sand and then surprise, there’s the arch. It’s a good size and has lots of fun rocks to explore all around.
Length: 0.4 miles (0.6 km).
• Broken Arch: Cool arch that requires hiking through a lot of grass feild and sand.
Legnth: 1 mile (1.6 km).
•There's no food around, not even a vending machine. Bring your own snacks and food.
•No Pets allowed.
•Leave no trace.