A National Park of Arches

View over Arches National Park
View over Arches National Park

This week, I want to cut back on the words and let the images speak for themselves.

We visited Arches National Park – the red rock wonderland Utah’s with over 2,000 natural arches, numerous hiking trails and desert landscapes.
Here, you can find some of my impressions.




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A coyote that passed away at Arches National Park reminds of the perils that the desert can bring with it.

Indian Ricegrass at Arches National Park
Indian Ricegrass – Achnatherum hymenoides – one of the plant species found growing in Arches National Park.

If you’d like to read more about the Arches National Park, have a look here:

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