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Twin Arches Reviews
The twin arches are amazing and accessible via a fairly short hike. That said, there are several sets of long, steep stairs you have to endure, but it is well worth it. more »
sehr Beeindruckend die Gesteine von Twin Arches. schöner Spaziergang der für jeden (ausser Rollies) gemacht werden kann. teilweise mit Treppen deshalb für Rollies ungeeignet. es gibt auch eine Aussich... more »very impressive rocks of twin arches. nice walk which can be made for each (except Rollie). partly with stairs for Rollie unsuitable. There is also an observation deck with fantastic views here of the camera must be unsheathed.
We did the upper loop only since we have 2 young kids. What a fun and exciting hike. It was a bit more strenuous than we were expecting, but nothing that we couldn't handle. We were invigorated after.... more »
It's a well maintained trailhead. The restrooms are nothing more than a permanent porter potty but they look nice. There is a picnic table and the gravel parking lot and miles of gravel road that lead to it is well maintained. The trail itself is beautiful!
The drive on the gravel road to the trail is a little long, when you arrive at the parking lot, you are definitely in the backcountry. Did the entire twin arches loop, my favorite parts were the charit lodge and the rock formations.
I hiked the twin arches loop trail and it was great! It was a little over 5 miles round trip. The highlights of the hike were definitely the arches and the gigantic rock shelters. I didn't enjoy the deer flies. I feel like the hike would be better in the fall and winter as the views would be better and there wouldn't be any insects or summer heat to deal with. The trail was well maintained. I can't wait to go back!
Good parking lot but it's all gravel so not very wheelchair friendly.
Great trail for any age. Well maintained.
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