|A boy scout troop was underneath singing "God Bless America".|
|North and South Windows Arches.|
|This is Delicate Arch, the emblem for the state of Utah license plates.|
|View from across the canyon after an uphill .5 mile hike to view it. The people next to the arch had a 3-mile round trip hike to get under it.|
|This area is called Park Place.|
|If you look closely, you can see where a slab of rock has sheared off under the top rock, making it seem like it's going to topple over any day now.|
We had so many more photos but you can get a feel for the magnificence of this park from these few. If you decide to travel here to visit, make sure you get into the park between 7 and 8am to do the hikes and get to the arches. It gets VERY crowded, noisy and un-peaceful once the mobs of people, kids, strollers, buses, etc. show up. We usually went between 7 and 11, then went driving around to view the sites.
Next up: Capitol Reef National Park