Arches National Park, located in eastern Utah, has the largest
concentration of natural stone arches in the world. Red sandstone
forms, eroded by years of wind and water, are scattered across an arid
desert landscape. The iconic Delicate Arch is actually featured on
Utah's license plate. The Windows Section, another classic image of
this park, is another such geological feature. Others include the
Fiery Furnace, a maze of sandstone monoliths and red cliffs, and the
Devil's Garden, highlighted by rock fins and several more giant
arches. The fiery red sandstone throughout this park, set against
brilliant blue sky, is a sight not easily forgotten.
Arches National Park, Utah
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