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Brimhall Bridges

The Brimhall Bridges are a unique double bridge formation on the Waterpocket Fold in Capitol Reef. The hike begins at Hall’s Creek Overlook, drops 1,200 feet into Hall’s Canyon, then leads into Brimhall Canyon, a tributary canyon of Hall’s Canyon….
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Grosvenor Arch

The long drive on Kane County Road #400 is along a monocline named “The Cockscomb”, similar to the Waterpocket Fold of Capitol Reef National Park, but on a smaller (but perhaps more colorful) scale. Then the large, colorful sandstone double…
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Jacob Hamblin Arch

Jacob Hamlin Arch is named after a Mormon pioneer and missionary and is one of the main features along the famed Coyote Gulch, travelling through both Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument and Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The small seasonal creek…
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Steven’s Arch

  Stevens Arch is one of the largest arches in the entire world. Unofficially ranked at #4 in the world and #3 in the US, as well as #9 (world) and #6 (US) unofficially when including natural bridges. Having seen…
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Delicate Arch

The particular arch shown here is Delicate Arch, an iconic symbol of the Western U.S. This world-famous arch is reached by a popular 1.5 mile (one-way) trail. Don’t expect much solitude here, the natural wonder is simply too beautiful and…
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