From The Windows carpark, two short hiking trails provides access to three impressive arches in close vicinity. One trail goes to North Window and South Window, while the other takes you underneath the spectacular Double Arch.
Larger than all the arches in Arches National Park, the enormous Corona Arch is over 140 feet (42m) high. On the way is the smaller Bowtie Arch. While a popular hike, this trail just outside Moab is much less trafficked than many other hikes in the area.
Delicate Arch is one of the most iconic and spectacular rock formations in Arches National Park. While the popular trail is almost alway busy, a hidden vantage point provides a different perspective of the arch.
The Wildcat Trail provides ever-changing, spectacular views over West Mitten Butten, East Mitten Butte, Merrick Butte and Sentinel Mesa. It’s the only self-guided hike in Monument Valley.
An informal bushwalking trail connecting two firetrails in Brisbane Waters National Park passes the Mega Cave – an enormous shelter under a tall cliff. Some navigation skills essential.
The short and easy hike to Shoshone Point leads to an interesting rock formation and a spectacular and secluded viewpoint over the Grand Canyon.
The Barker Dam trail is a relatively short and easy loop hike that goes to the Barker Dam (Big Horn Dam), which was built in 1900 to provide water for cattle.
A very short hike in Joshua Tree National Park, the Cholla Cactus Garden trail is a short loop through a dense stand of the unusual teddybear cholla.