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Broken Arch, Arches National Park

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#9 of 17 in Nature in Arches National Park
Geologic Formation · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • My son and I hiked out to Broken Arch after visiting Sand Dune Arch. If you're in the area, I suggest hiking to Broken Arch first and then visiting Sand Dune after where you can cool off and get... 
    My son and I hiked out to Broken Arch after visiting Sand Dune Arch. If you're in the area, I suggest hiking to Broken Arch first and then visiting Sand Dune after where you can cool off and get...  more »
  • One half of an interesting hike. Not really broken, just cracked. Walk from Sand Dune Arch is about half mile across open (hot) plain, but you can climb up through the arch for a photo and walk... 
    One half of an interesting hike. Not really broken, just cracked. Walk from Sand Dune Arch is about half mile across open (hot) plain, but you can climb up through the arch for a photo and walk...  more »
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  • Cool arch that requires about a mile long hike in order to get to it. Have to walk through a lot of the grassland and then lots of sand. There is no shade in the grass land but there is some closer to the arch. Saw some lizards on the way to the arch. The arch is pretty cool for pictures.
  • This was a really neat arch found on a trail with two other arches that were worthwhile visits in and of themselves. The crack/fissure in the middle made it an interesting arch to look at, but aside from Landscape Arch, no other arch I saw had me more worried that the next time I make it to Utah the arch will no longer be there. See it while you can

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