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Travel: Arches National Park, Utah
By Robert Ellis
Our itinerary for this trip allowed for a couple days at Arches National Park. On our first day of traveling we passed close to Arches...and while it was very tempting to swing by and visit, we held to our plans...that visit would happen later in the week. While the peak season had ended, the park was still closing the gates between 9-2 due to heavy visitation, so we would have to possibly do a plan "b" for our visit. Plan "b" allows for visitors to enter before they open or after they close the gates. In the end it worked out nicely as we were able to enter during normal times.
Arches was probably one our most favorite parks in Utah. But then again each of Utah's national parks are so different from each other, and wonderful, it becomes difficult to put them in some kind of rank order.
A few words about Arches from the Park Service Website:
A Red-Rock Wonderland
Note: We'll be posting photos from Robert's latest trip over the couple of days. Bookmark this page for more photos, and links to the other installments. --Pen
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