Arches National Park Photo Gallery

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Double Arch is one of more than 2,000 sandstone arches in Utah's Arches National Park. The park's landscape has been shaped over millions of years by weather and geologic forces, producing not only arches and natural bridges but spectacular rock formations too.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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Delicate Arch is the most famous and widely recognized of Arches National Park's 2000 sandstone arches. It is featured on a postage stamp and Utah's license plate, and the Olympic torch relay for the 2002 Winter Games in Salt Lake City passed under it.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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Balanced Rock, one of Arches' most spectacular rock formations, showcases the delicate interplay of erosion and gravity on display throughout the park.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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The marks of wind and time in an alcove beneath Double Arch  
Credit: Frank Kovalchek/Flickr 
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The Organ, a massive 'sandstone fin'  
Credit: Sanjay Acharya/Wikimedia 
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A bighorn sheep surveys the winter landscape in Arches. Once threatened with extinction, bighorn are making a comeback in the Desert Southwest thanks to succesful conservation efforts.  
Credit: National Park Service 
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Arches National Park's Garden of Eden  
Credit: Christian Mehlfuhrer/Wikimedia 
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Evening silhouettes in Arches  
Credit: Freidrich Lehn/Wikimedia 
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A kaleidoscope of color, form, and texture  
Credit: Cassi G/Flickr 
 
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