Sibling Arch

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SIBLING ARCH is about as hard to find and seldom seen as you can get inside the Park. This 55-foot span is the largest arch in the Eagle Park section in the northwest corner of Arches National Park. A second, 13-foot opening in the span led to the name. This arch is so well hidden in a tight array of fins that you will likely not see it even if you are standing on top of it. Pictured under the span is Ray Millar. Photo by David Brandt-Erichsen.

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