Arches National Park is in eastern Utah. The park is adjacent to the Colorado River, 4 miles north of Moab, Utah.
More than 2,000 natural sandstone arches are located in the park, including the well-known Delicate Arch, as well as a variety of unique geological resources and formations. The park contains the highest density of natural arches in the world. The park consists of 76,679 acres of high desert located on the Colorado Plateau. The highest elevation in the park is 5,653 feet at Elephant Butte, and the lowest elevation is 4,085 feet at the visitor center.
Many of the arches can be seen from the park road or accessed by short hikes and walking trails.