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Mesa Arch
Photo By Ramon , Ray Esparza

  • Title: Mesa Arch
  • State/Province/Region: Utah
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Canyonlands,National Park
  • Nearest Town: Moab, Utah
  • Brief Directions: There are two paved entrances into Canyonlands: Highway 313 leads to the Island in the Sky look for the Mesa Arch parking area and hike the trail to Mesa Arch, while Highway 211 leads to the Needles. Roads to the Maze are a mixture of graded dirt and 4WD. These roads may become impassable when wet.
  • Notes: If afraid of heights stay away from cliffs
  • Best Season: Spring
  • Gear: Bug spray,water
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Keywords:  DesertsSun & SkyWildlifeMonuments
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