The 76,518 acres that are the home of over 2,000 sandstone arches were established on April 12th, 1829, as Arches National Park. And there is no way of seeing all the famous arches in one day. Our family took two days, and we didn't get to explore everything we wanted to see.
On June 5th, 2020, Skip, Ezra, Skips father Doyle, stepmom Regina, and I adventured over to Arches National Park to explore what we could before a massive storm rolled in.
We started by exploring three of the six arches within Devils Garden. The name originated from the locals believing there was an evil forest spirit that lived within the area. It is an 8.1-mile loop that consists of six arches:
Landscape arch (1.6 miles)
Tunnel Arch (.4 miles) Pine Tree Arch (.5 miles)
Partition arch (2 miles)
Navajo Arch (2 miles)
Double O Arch (2.3 miles)
Dark Angle Arch (2.5 miles)