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 in Coyote Gulch eventually meets with the Escalante River, just below Steven’s Arch, one of the largest arches in the entire world.