2 Days in Arches National Park: What You Need to Know
The Arches National Park is a beautiful and stunning place to visit. It has the most amazing rock formations, which are the result of millions of years of erosion.
The park has a variety of different trails to explore, some easy and some difficult. The trails range in length from 1 mile to 10 miles, with some reaching up to 2,000 feet in elevation.
The park also contains over 2,000 natural stone arches that are worth seeing while visiting this park.
Introduction to Arch's National Park in 2 Days
There are many beautiful places in the United States of America. Some people might not know that there is a National Park in the state of Arkansas. The park is called Arch's National Park and it has many beautiful things to see.
In this article, I would like to introduce you to this place and show you why it is worth visiting.
Day 1 - Arches National Park
The day started off with a quick stop at the visitor center to get some information on the park. We then headed out to explore what the park had to offer.
We first took a drive up through the canyon and stopped at Balanced Rock. The trail up to it was not too difficult, but it was a steep hike back down. The views of the rock from below were just as amazing as those from above, so we took our time climbing back down.
After we explored Balanced Rock, we made our way over to Delicate Arch. It was a short walk from the parking area and well worth it. I couldn't believe how big it is!
Day 2 - Arches National Park
The second day of the trip was a lot more relaxed as we visited Arches National Park. The park is one of the most popular parks in Utah, with over two hundred thousand visitors each year. It is located in eastern Utah and it is known for its unique natural arches that are formed by erosion.
The park has over 2,000 sandstone arches, many of which are named because they are easily recognizable from the main road. The most famous arch at Arches National Park is Balanced Rock which was created by wind and rain erosion.