Take A Utah Adventure To Our State’s Stunning Double Arch Windows

Arches National Park in southeastern Utah features more than 2,000 arch formations. No two of them are exactly alike, yet some of them come in pairs. The North and South Windows are a dual attraction, providing both a study of their formation and a look beyond the park.

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Delicate Arch is the iconic feature of Arches National Park, as one of Utah’s best-known symbols appearing on license plates and other state signs. As the Windows Section illustrates, though, there is much more to see in the park. The Windows offer some of the best up-close views of the park’s formations, with only a 150-foot elevation gain on the trail. For updated information, visit the park website.

Address: The Windows Rd, Moab, UT 84532, USA