The flagship of eastern Utah’s national parks has a dazzling display of natural arches as well as a variety of other unique or unusual rock formations. The park road system facilitates access to many of the signature formations, but be sure to sample the trails in order to see some of the more remote arches.
Some of the more interesting rock formations, other than arches, include Balanced Rock,
Park Avenue, a group of upright slabs of rock that resemble skyscrapers,
and Courthouse Towers,
Some of the more famous of the park’s arches include the Windows (North & South),
and the most famous of them all, Delicate Arch, which appears on the Utah license plate and in many publications about the park.