The striking red Entrada sandstone that dominates parts of Southern Utah's skyline has been used by nature to sculpt the unique shapes that make up Arches National Park near Moab Utah. Officially, an "arch" has to be an opening at least three feet across, and there are plenty of those, and larger, within the 73,000 scenic acres. Over 1,000 arches are located within the park, with more being "born" and discovered regularly.
Sit back and join Team Adventure Crew as they explore the largest collection of arches in the world at Arches National Park. Watch the team uncover amazing formations and learn how the arches were created thousands of years ago. Wander through the maze of the fiery Furnace, hike to amazing hidden arches, and discover what amazing things wait for you in Arches National Park.