Looking for a great trail in Arches National Park, Utah? AllTrails has 45 great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, views trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 22 easy trails in Arches National Park ranging from 0.6 to 28.3 miles and from 4,094 to 5,482 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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Arches National Park, located in the Moab region of eastern Utah, is a highlight of any trip to the Southwest, especially for families with children. The park is also a haven for adventure travel and adrenaline junkies. Compared to other National Parks in the region, the highlights can be seen within a day or two. The bright red rock against the deep blue sky is an iconic southwestern sight enjoyed by all ages. This National Park features 2,000 sandstone arches, the worlds highest concentration of natural sandstone arches, including the most famous arch in the park, Delicate arch. In a desert climate, millions of years of erosion have led to these structures, while the ground has life-sustaining soil crust and potholes. Other geologic formations are stone columns, spires, fins, and towers. If you are short on time, you can take the scenic drive past many viewpoints to snap a quick picture. With more time, make sure to to check out the various hiking trails the park has to offer. There are plenty of short hikes that are great for including the Delicate Arch Trail and Delicate Arch Viewpoint Trail (the iconic arch on the Utah license plates), the Park Avenue Trail, and trails in the windows section of the park such as Turret Arch Trail, Double Arch Trail or South Window Viewpoint. If you are feeling adventurous (and energetic), try the Devil's Garden Primitive Trail. Along this loop trail you will see such wonders as Tunnel Arch, Pine Tree Arch, Landscape Arch, Partition Arch, Navajo Arch, Double O Arch, and Dark Angel. Landscape arch is the largest arch on earth and should not be missed! Other notable features in the park include balanced rock, a large boulder that appears to be balancing 128 feet in the air and is a quick hike off of the road. Fiery Furnace, named such from the reddish glow at sunset that resembles a furnace is another great option. This ranger guided tour requires a permit from the visitor center. If you are hoping to avoid crowds, Broken arch is a less frequented spot in the park.

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15 hours ago

Love this hike!

on Devils Garden Loop Trail with 7 Arches

15 hours ago

varied terrain with fun to climb slick rock and fascinating arches

Great hike! I recommend you go around the entire loop. Much more secluded on the backside with amazing views, but may be challenging for older folks due to some small climbs. We did it with 3 kids under 5 yrs old. Follow the cairns.

Do this trail to avoid the crowds on the other side. You can see both Windows simultaneously and get a nice view of the La Sal Mountains pretty much the whole way.

A must-do in Arches. Busy, but iconic. Be prepared for slickrock and lots of uphill. Water, sunscreen, hats, etc.

Beautiful, very short, crowded

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no shade
rocky
scramble
2 days ago

on Delicate Arch Trail

hiking
2 days ago

This was a very busy trail, but so beautiful. Worth it for a sunset viewing!

Primitive Trail was not marked. Got lost a few times. Incredible experience!

Quick and easy stroll up to the rock. Warm ups for what’s to come

Lightning was CRACKING on our way out to this arch. Jack didn’t even bring his jacket. What a dummy. Right when we got to the viewpoint, it started hailing! It felt like I was getting shot at by a thousand BB guns at once! It was totally worth it though. This arch is sick af. Ran all the way back to the car and made our way out. Great day at Arches

Nice little walk out to the windows. Very neat arches with easy access. Walked all the way up under the North Window and climbed up the side for a great view down the cliff out the other side.

Day 2 in Utah done right! Delicate arch was fully nuking today. No nature walks here, only a clear cut and crowded trail but beautiful nonetheless. The photo my boy Jack and I got should be a freaking postcard. Highly recommend this trail

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muddy
3 days ago

Primitive part of trail not marked. Easy to get lost since people built cairns along false paths ways

hiking
4 days ago

leisurely walk. not difficult and a little boring but the arch is nice and i like the wildflowers

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no shade
4 days ago

LOVED. go early to avoid the crowds.

probably my favorite hike in the park. especially the primitive trail. great views!

loved this one. different kind of arch and views. easy

short and easy. great views

easy hike. paved trail. lovely views!

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rocky
4 days ago

VERY poorly marked primitive trail. We did the Devils loop but started the loop counterclockwise. There are no signs to guide you along the small dirt foot pathways, which at some parts break off into 2-5 different footpaths in different directions. The only form of signs are cairns (stacked rocks) but this is pointless given there are cairns built all along the false paths. We started @ 8:40 am but those false paths added 60-90 minutes and 1.5 miles to our trip. Bring plenty of water!

great views. not that difficult but going down in the beginning section of the double o arch trail can be a tad bit scary. just go slowly.

Parking at the trailhead was awful. Very crowded and needed to make a few laps before we could get a spot. Trail is very crowded for the first mile or two but thins out after that. We went clockwise and that seemed to be the best route. Despite the crowds, would very much recommend this hike!

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rocky
scramble
5 days ago

Great trail! We were the first car in the parking lot, took the path to the left, and got off the trail almost immediately. We explored on our own for a bit before making our way back to the trail. We checked out quite a few side canyons and still managed to finish in about 3 hours. If you’re nervous about getting lost then do it counter-clockwise to follow the trail markers. They’re a bit more challenging to follow the way we went (still doable). We passed the ranger led tour and agreed that we were glad we did it on our own.

Beautiful hike with wonderful views. easy and lovely but bring water. gets hot later in day.

Great hike. This trail has amazing views the whole way. We started at 6AM and hiked it counter clockwise. Get going early. When we got back to the Landscape Arch trail at 8:30AM there were many people. I agree with another review....get going early.

In my opinion this is the most underrated trail in arches. So beautiful and fun to do. Do it early in the morning for best lighting,

wonderful hike. good workout. beautiful scenery. bring water and sunblock

We were so lucky to draw our permits. This is a spectacular hike, with many different challenging features. Trail is tough to follow and took some teamwork. My sister and I got lost twice, but those detours were incredible in their own right. Take water, and take your time. We were sad when we saw the parking lot after 2.5 hrs (including being lost) and actually turned back and went back in to enjoy a snack break. If you can get a permit, do it!

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