Arches Hiking Tours

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Arches National Park Hiking Tours

Discover the magic of Arches National Park

One of Utah’s phenomenal “Mighty 5” national parks, Arches is a must-visit destination for anyone who loves natural history, stunning scenery, fascinating geology, and rock formations. With the greatest concentration of natural stone arches and bridges in the world, Arches National Park is a natural wonder. There are over 2,000 documented arches in the park!

Famous author Edward Abbey, who was a frequent visitor to this area, described Arches as a “monstrous and inhumane spectacle of rock and cloud and sky and space” that he wanted “to know it all, possess it all, embrace the entire scene intimately, deeply, totally.”

We offer an all-inclusive, inn-based tour from Moab that combines Arches and Canyonlands into one grand adventure. We also offer day hikes and day tours of Arches for people who want to maximize their time in the area.

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We include amazing hikes in Arches National Park and Canyonlands on our Best of Moab Tour, which provides guests the opportunity to explore two of eastern Utah’s most amazing destinations in one of our most popular hiking vacation packages. Not only are Arches’ namesake rock formations things everyone deserves to discover and explore, but the sheer number of them is staggering. Inside the Park there are more than 2,000 natural arches. It’s the greatest density of natural arches and bridges in the world! Similar to how Yellowstone has the greatest density of thermal features in the world, Arches is the same for its signature Utah sandstone formations. Also, for literary or conservation enthusiasts, this national park is where Ed Abbey spent much of his time and where he wrote his masterpiece, Desert Solitude. It was his favorite place on the planet!


Arches National Park is a wonderful 3-season destination that is excellen in the Spring, Fall and Winter. Summers are extraordinarily hot and dry and are not fun, or for that matter a safe time to visit. Spring often has cool nights and warm to hot days, a chance for late winter storms. Spring is a peak season for an Arches National Park hiking tour. Fall is much like Spring in its temperatures but is often drier so has less possibility of precipitation. Fall is also an wonderful time to visit Arches. Winter can be cold during the day and very cold at night, but is still a excellent season for an Arches hiking vacation. Winter also offers the additional advantage of being the least popular season of the year, so you can have this Utah national park much to yourself!