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Sunsets and Sunrise form only a part of the Splendour at Arches, Utah

Submitted by on May 20, 2012 – 5:13 amNo Comment


The trip to Arches National Park in Utah can be described nothing less then fascinating.


This park consisting of over 2000 naturally formed stone arches, have odd, weiry looking sandstone arches and formations. While you would certainly see many arches in many parts of the world, this spectacle here is certainly unique. It’s, I believe a combination of thousands of years of erosion, sand storms and the Colorado river along with the deep canyons and mountains, that brings so many weird, fascinating arches, structures and huge monolithic formations in one place.

The place truly humbles you, as you are more like Pygmies, in front of these humongous structures.


Some of the spectacular arches we saw included, the Delicate Arch, the Sand Dune Arch, the Windows Arch, the Double Arch and the really long Landscape Arch that measured 388 ft end to end.

A few of the many beautiful spots include, the Devils Garden, the 3 Gossipers, the windows, the beautiful structure that looked like a herd of elephants called the Parade of Elephants, and my most favorite the Park Avenue. At the Park Avenue, you could feel the depth and the beauty of these nature wonders.

One could go on and on, but I rather greet you folks further with pictures, as no words can describe the beauty of these natural wonders.


If is not on your cards, make sure you put them on your must do list.


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