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Mesa Arch, Canyonlands National Park

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  • The arch is one of the iconic attractions in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park. This district is located about 30 miles west of Moab, UT via US191 and UT313. Admission is $25...  more »
  • I honestly cannot describe how wonderous it is to see the sign rise at Mesa Arch. I thought it might be one of those things that's built up too much, but it really provides some of the most awe-inspir...  more »
  • After just a short walk, my family was so impressed at the spectaular views loking through the arch! Easy little hike for all ages to enjoy 
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  • Great place to see. Very nice view. As said in the park, bring water with you (best if you put it in ice - or with ice). I believe the best moments to visit is during the morning or evening (sunrise/sunset for top views) as the temperature is lower.
  • An Arch in Canyonlands This is a relatively short hike to an arch that overlooks a cliff. The arch is not particularly big and if you've seen the arches in Arches National Park nearby, you've seen a arch like this. The hike is nice enough so if you have time, by all means do it. However, if you miss it, it's not that big of a deal.
  • One of the few arches you can walk on... at your own risk
  • Not very big, but really pretty. The drop right below it is quite extreme and a few people that were wandering around seemed pretty worried about it. Really cool place to be.
  • Want to have fun in MOAB? Come here in the morning and watch photographers going ape-s#$t for a best spot to take a photo of this Iconic arch that became a household name