Tunnel Arch Trail is a 0.7 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located in the state of UT that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round.
Definitely would combine Pine Tree Arch & Tunnel Arch together (they are right next to each other), pretty easy hike, few small hills, walking on dirt & sand. Tunnel Arch is not as exciting as many of the other arches in this area. Could hike down to Landscape Arch, worth it if you have the time, enjoy this sight before it's gone forever!!!
Missed Adding this one from a previous trip
For what it is, this is a great trail. It is so short that it's best to combine it with the Pine Tree Arch and Landscape Arch trails. Wide gravel path, no incline, less crowds by comparison.
Like most of Arches NP this trail is very very crowded. Much of the trail is blocked by families trying to take pictures and scowl if you try to walk by them. While the views are great its hard to rate any higher due to the sheer number of people.
A really cool hike in the Devil's Garden, we caught the Tunnel and Pine Tree Arch spur trails (very short walks) on the way back from Landscape Arch; the whole hike takes about an hour. Tunnel Arch viewpoint actually shows two windows high and to the west... could not find the name of the small window. Highly recommend you take some time to explore this section and go past Landscape Arch as well, and if so take water.
This arch is in the Devil's Garden area of Arches. It is one of the first on the Devil's Garden trail