Arches National Park Driving Tour is a 28.3 mile moderately trafficked point-to-point trail located near Moab, UT that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Drive through Arches National Park and see the highlights along the way, with a few stops for optional hikes to see more This driving tour will take you to every major sight in Arches National Park and then some. Start at the Visitor Center to learn some background about the park and the area's history before driving along the main road through the park. Stop at Park Avenue to walk through a canyon with wild rock formations on either side, stop at several turnoffs along the way to see such wonders as The Three Gossips, Courthouse Towers, and Balanced Rock. Hike around The Windows and walk through some arches there while you see Double Arch up close and personal. Then venture further into the park where you can hike to Delicate Arch, the most famous arch in the park and the one featured on Utah license places. Finally, end with a hike through Devils Garden where you will see some of the best arches in the park all within a short walking distance along a paved path. Go as far as Landscape Arch, the longest arch in the world, or finish the entire 7.2-mile loop by seeing Double-O Arch and walking back along The Primitive Trail If you see everything in this guide, you have seen everything in Arches National Park and will have the memories (and the pictures) for a lifetime.
I love this park. so much to do and see. I like it more than canyon lands. I been twice and still not seen everything!
Amazing! Make sure to bring your water...
Drive this in 2WD truck. Beautiful views.
$25 to enter the park. Bring a lot of water! Hike to delicate arch, it's worth it!
Done this a couple times. Many great hikes in this park.
Great ride to get to some fantastic vistas and hikes catering to all abilities. The highway can get busy; we visited on an early spring Friday and encountered difficulties finding parking at some vistas and trailheads at midday.
Very easy, short hikes to many of the arches and formations. There are a couple more difficult hikes such as Delicate Arch and Double O Arches if you're feeling adventurous. Certainly one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen and worth the time. Kids would have a great time as well. If you stay in Moab, it's just about 10 min. outside of the town.
One of the most amazing places I have ever been!
Arches is one of those must-see places. Incredible red rock and plenty of short hikes to beautiful formations. It can get very crowded in the summer, so go during off times. If possible, camp around the park for a sky full of glowing stars.
Not much for driving around but this was just breathtaking.
love it hear
Amazing! One of my favorite places to hike in Utah. So many different trails and things to see. Drink lots of water
It was hot, and I wore a black shirt...not smart. Hiked out to the delicate arch. Take lots of water
Driven this many times. Never get old and love all of the many hikes
We drove into the park before the gates were opened, explored just about every arch within 3 miles of the road. Amazing walking down Park Avenue, around Balanced Rock, climbing up in Double Arch, walking to Sand Dune Arch and Skyline Arch, seeing the Fiery Furnace, exploring the Devil's Garden with Landscape Arch, and the highlight was the hike to stand under Delicate Arch, and on the way down to view it through Frame Arch. This park is not to miss!
Devils' Garden early in the morning - great hike while temperature is still manageable and kids well rested. Nice hike with views, Landscape Arch and Double O well worth the effort. Some hiking and rock climbing, but even our 6yo did well. We also saw a snake on the trail!