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Navajo Arch, Arches National Park

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#16 of 17 in Nature in Arches National Park
Geologic Formation · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • We hiked to Navajo Arch after returning from seeing Double O Arch in the Devil’s Garden Trailhead area of Arches National Park. Since we had already gone several miles we though the extra 0.3 mile... 
    We hiked to Navajo Arch after returning from seeing Double O Arch in the Devil’s Garden Trailhead area of Arches National Park. Since we had already gone several miles we though the extra 0.3 mile...  more »
  • It feels more like a cave because it is hidden. It is a short detour between landscape and double o arch. It was very windy when we were there, but worth it. 
    It feels more like a cave because it is hidden. It is a short detour between landscape and double o arch. It was very windy when we were there, but worth it.  more »
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  • This arch is found along a spur trail in Devil's Garden, not far past the Partition Arch spur. The arch itself is rather unremarkable and the lighting here is pretty bad for photos, but this arch was probably the most quiet and secluded-feeling arch I visited in the entire park. If you're heading to Double O Arch and/or doing the Primitive Trail Loop, this place isn't too far out of the way so I'd still recommend stopping to see it
  • A nice little arch just a quick hike off of the main trail. What made our visit worth it was seeing several deer right outside the entrance of the arch. It was mid august and in the middle of a long drought so the deer were pretty dehydrated and rather sad looking, but it was interesting to see them nonetheless. We told a park ranger at the trailhead and he was seemed very shocked that there were deer that far along the trail. The arch itself was cute and worth the easy trip to it. Definitely worth checking out!

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