Arches National Park has many short hiking trails, each visiting a wonderland of red rock fins. One of the long-ish trails is the Devils Garden Loop.
The loop is 7 miles fantastic long, taking you through arches, up slick rock walls, along the tops of rock fins and through a labyrinth of magic.
With out a doubt one of the most fun and interesting hikes ever.
Here are a few more images!
Arches National Park is one of the most stunning landscapes I have ever seen. Its even better in the evening light…
Trail to Delicate Arch
In the afternoon mobs of people make the trip across the sandstone trail to witness one of the parks most magical sights: Sunset at Delicate Arch.
Delicate Arch at Sunset
The blue skies, the white clouds, the green trees, all offsetting the magnificent red slick rock…
Along the Delicate Arch Trail…
Really an unbelievable sight.
On the way back…
Ecology.com is a fantastic site dedicated to Planet Earth.
The ECOLOGY Global Network™ Mission Statement: “To use the modern tools of information and communication to inform, educate and inspire the global community to respect, restore and protect our natural and human world, and to encourage all people to become stewards of the environment in which we live.”
Recently I was contacted by Jane Engelsiepen, Executive Editor, and invited to create a gallery of images for their EcoArts page.
For me, this was quite an honor and I am very proud to be included on their site!
Here is a link to the Gallery, “The Beaches of Olympic National Park”