Welcome to Bob's Arches Site - and a special welcome to those interested in these natural phenomena. Bob wrote: "My family moved to Utah in 1961, and became interested in natural arches on our first visit to what was then Arches National Monument. We soon discovered that there were many arches outside the park." The links below enable the visitor to access arches in different areas of Utah or in other states. Each photo has a brief caption with comments and an approximate location of the arch.

        When Bob passed away in 2013 at the age of 92, the Natural Arch and Bridge Society (NABS) desired to preserve his work. Bob had been a long-time member and he enjoyed meeting fellow arch enthusiasts at the NABS conventions. He is greatly missed. The website, originally developed by Phillip Lynch and Ben Prepelka, is now hosted by NABS, and any questions should be directed to info@naturalarches.org.

Inside Arches National Park:
Courthouse Towers
Windows Section and Delicate Arch
Fiery Furnace and Campground Area
Herdina Park, Klondike Bluffs and Eagle Park
Devil's Garden
Outside Arches National Park:
Vicinity of Moab
Behind the Rocks, La Sal Junction
Canyonlands N.P. and Vicinity
Canyonlands N.P. Maze District
Alabama Hills, California
Grand Gulch - Cedar Mesa
Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness
   Including Rattlesnake Canyon
   and Colorado National Monument

Natural Bridges National Monument
Lake Powell, Escalante, Hole-in-the-Rock Road
Bryce Canyon, Zion Nat'l Park, Cedar Breaks
Capitol Reef National Park
Elsewhere in Utah
Fantasy Canyon, Utah
States East of the Mississippi River
States West of the Mississippi River
Monument Valley
Arizona Arches
Tassili National Park, Algeria
Valley Of Fire S.P., Nevada
Sea Arches
Other Countries
Petrified Log Spans
Bob's Choice Arches - The Slideshow

Caution: Outdoor activities by their very nature are potentially hazardous. The purpose of this guide is only to identify certain natural arches and bridges that the author has found interesting. Directions to the arches and bridges are meant to be general in nature; there is no guarantee as to their accuracy. Users of this guide should consult current maps and information on the area they are visiting. This guide does not attempt to identify and disclose all of the potential hazards and risks of the environment where the arches and bridges are located. Accidents can happen even on the easiest of trails and users must rely solely on their judgement and experience. The author is not responsible for any accidents, injuries, or anyone getting lost while using the information in this guide.

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