Skyline Arch Trail is a 0.5 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Moab, Utah that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
A short hike to another of Arches NP's pretty arches Another of the short hikes in Arches NP to a pretty Arch situated in the sandstone upthrusts of the area. This arch can also be reached from the Devils Garden campground. Unique to this arch is the adjoining sandstone wall, eroded to look almost like a row of grain silos reaching into the sky.
Ok hike, sadly the closer you get to this arch the less of the opening you can see, so not really sure if it's worth it (at least for a picture perspective,) only do it if you have extra time, better trails in the park
Really enjoyed hiking and seeing the natural arches!
Beautiful, easy hike. Arch is best seen/photographed from closer to trail head. Hike up is cool and scrambling up is possible. Quick hike, definitely recommended.
Super easy hike. Interesting history behind how this arch grew in size. Definitely would recommend to anyone - great little trail for the kiddos.
nice easy hike out to the arch. it was a bit hazy so the view wasn't spectacular but it was nice and cool
Short easy hike to another of the spectacular arches in the park.
Quick hike to a pretty cool arch
Flat, easy hike. If you have the time (more than half a day in the park), this one is worthwhile.
Easy out and back. Expect a lot of people.
A short trail up to Skyline Arch. There are a lot of fun bouldering opportunities in the immediate area.
Easy hike to an interesting arch
This arch is visible from the main road to Devil's Garden. As you get closer, you realize that it is a whole lot larger than you thought. Pretty tough to get under.
You can see Skyline Arch from the main Arches NP road. We decided to take a closer look, as the hike is easy and very short only 0.4mi. from the parking lot. As we got closer, we couldn't believe how big the arch was. Its opening doubled in size in 1940 when a huge boulder tumbled out of it. We walked up to the wall, but couldn't climb up to it; we could climb a wall face on an adjacent rock to get more of a view through the arch.