Arches National Park, an amazing national park with Arches, but not only
Utah is part of the Wild West of the United States. I love travelling there: it’s wild, red and hot. The scenery of Southern Utah is unbelievable, magic. I don’t have words others than “awww”, “wahoo” and aussi “hell yes”.
Yes, that’s a trail. On the Devil’s Garden.
Wondering how we would cross this pond. We actually climbed the rock on the left.
Just an arch// On the right: the Dark Angel
The huge Double O Arch, and a kid walking on top of it
Double O Arch and me // On the right: walking on fins. The image on the park website let us understand how this park was made
Around Arches National Park, it seems fairly even // On the right: a cairn to find our way
Double arch is huge: have you spotted the people down there?
It’s possible to climb on an arch, as long as you leave it as you found it // Right: flowers in the middle of the desert
On the Window Trail we saw the Spectacles Arches
Turret Arch is a fun one
Delicate Arch, the symbol of Utah
Park Avenue close to the entrance of the park looks very much like a cliché of Far West
Nefertiti’s head on the left, and the BATTLESHIP rock on the right