America’s National Parks have some of the best hiking anywhere — and here in Utah, we're lucky enough to have the Mighty 5® Parks in our backyard.  

Most hikes in Arches National Park are day hikes. The most popular hike at Arches is to the most famous on the planet, Delicate Arch, a mile and a half and a 500-foot climb from the parking lot.  The Devil’s Garden primitive loop is the longest trail in Arches (7.2 miles) and passes the longest natural span in the world, Landscape Arch.  Short hikes can be found at the Windows section, Park Avenue, or to Skyline and Sand Dune Arches; a more off-the-beaten-path experience can be found by hiking to Tower Arch.  All you need for these hikes is a sturdy pair of shoes and plenty of water.