Arches National Park, Utah
Our next stop was Arches National Park. I had chosen this park because I thought the rock formations were too cool to pass up. And boy, was I not disappointed. While I actually loved every single place we went, I especially loved arches. Something truly incredible about the arch formations which just really got to me. I honestly don’t know how to describe it. Something to just experience, so time for you to drive to eastern Utah and check out the situation.
Maybe another reason why I loved it so much was because of our really cool camping spot. It was BLM land and overlooked the Colorado River, like literally on the banks. See below. Only bummer was the small fire ant colony in our spot, but we were lucky to grab such a cool spot, and people circling the camp after us were very jealous.
Anyway, after grabbing our spot, we headed into the park, checked out the visitor center and got our paper guide. From there, we basically followed the road from there (by car), stopping at literally every point to view various points in the park. We decided to hike to the double arches formation, and took the “rugged route” basically in the back of the arches, which I highly recommend.
After we went to the delicate arch viewpoint, and the window formation. Too beautiful to describe, pictures won't even do it justice.