This 80-Foot-Tall Natural Arch In Idaho Is Only Accessible By Hiking Trail And It’s A Sight To Be Seen

You never know what kind of hidden wonders you’ll stumble across during your explorations of Idaho. This 80-foot-tall natural arch, known King Mountain Natural Arch, is the perfect example of the awe-inspiring sights that await you here in the Gem State. Hiding way out in the Salmon-Challis National Forest, this is the type of sight that requires a little bit of work to see, but it’s definitely worth it. Once you get to the trailhead, it’s just a short half-mile trek to this unique natural wonder.

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