|Park Avenue-our first stop after the visitor centre.|
- Arches National Park is a U.S. National Park in eastern Utah.
- Preserving over 2000 natural sandstone arches, including the world-famous Delicate Arch.
- The national park lies atop an underground evaporite layer or salt bed.
- Scenic Driving-We did the scenic driving which saves our time and walk a mile to see closer the arches.They have a parking space but some of it are busy especially when we want to see the Devils Garden.Lots of people and had a hard time to parked our car. But worth to wait and patience just to find the parking space.
- Photography-If you love photography the best time to shoot during sunset and sunrise.
- Hiking-They have a hiking trails that some make it easy even to kids. The hardest part we walked was going to Delicate Arch and we have to carry my daughter since we have to climbed gradually.
- Camping-You can do camping but make a reservation or call for more information in their office.
|We're getting closer as I thought.Mom's role to posed, Dad's role to carry our baby..hehhehe|
- Bring water and snacks for hiking if you have kids.
- Wear comfy hiking shoes.
- Bring your camera.
- Early birds is always the best to avoid the crowds.
- Don't go during holidays-Lots of people.
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