9 Incredible Trails to See Arches National Park’s Red Rocks


Arches National Park is a wonderland of red rocks and blue sky. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive rock fins, and giant balanced rocks.  

It is located in the heart of the park and can be reached by a short but steep hike from the parking lot. 

Delicate Arch Trail 


The trail to Landscape Arch is longer and more challenging than Delicate Arch, but it rewards hikers with breathtaking views of the arch and its surroundings. 

Landscape Arch Trail


Double Arch is a pair of arches that are connected by a natural bridge. The trail to Double Arch is easy and suitable for families with children.  

Double Arch Trail 


North Window is a narrow slot canyon that features a large opening on one side that resembles an arched window. 

North Window Trail 


South Window is another slot canyon that features an arched opening on one side that allows sunlight to enter from above. 

South Window Trail 


Devils Garden is a complex area that contains several trails leading to different features such as Balanced Rock, Turret Arch, Natural Bridge, and more. 

Devils Garden Trail 


Rainbow Bridge is a short loop trail that crosses Rainbow Bridge Overlook Trailhead.

Rainbow Bridge Trail 


It can be seen from several viewpoints along Sand Dune Drive or from various trails such as Sand Dune Overlook Trail or Sand Dune Loop Trail.  

Sand Dune Arch Trail 


Canyonlands Scenic Drive is not exactly a trail, but it is one of the best ways to explore Arches National Park’s red rocks from above or below ground level. 

Canyonlands Scenic Drive 


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