Utah is home to several of the most popular national parks in America. One park in the eastern part of the state is filled with strange and beautiful colored rock formations. These formations have been created over millions of years. They curve and narrow and balance on top of one another. Some are extremely thin. Others have huge cracks yet remain standing. Many of the rock formations seem to ignore the rules of gravity.
Welcome to Arches National Park!
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