Mill Creek
in Moab, Utah

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Hike Utah Moab Mill Creek Swimming Hole cliff jumping
If you visit Arches or Canyonlands National Parks in the summer, you may be greeted by long days with temperatures in the triple digits. In those conditions, a simply swim in a cold creek can be as satisfying as any of those parks' amazing landmarks. The Colorado River around Moab is swift and silty, so instead bathe in the refreshing waters of Mill Creek.Mill Creek... Read more.
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Distance: 0.5 miles – Elevation change: 50 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: November 22, 2013
Hiking Arches North and South Window Arch Turret Arch
This one-mile loop visits three impressive arches in close vicinity. The North and South Window Arches form openings in the same sandstone fin, while Turret Arch stands within a more castle-like formation. The circle between the arches has three spurs leading to the base of each arch, creating an action-packed hike with just 150 feet of elevation gain.North Window... Read more.
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Distance: 1 mile – Elevation change: 150 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 3, 2013
Double Arch hike Arches National Park
Wonders never cease in Arches National Park. For proof, hike Double Arch Trail, which visits two grand arches joined at a common pillar at a 90-degree angle. The 0.8-mile round trip hike passes a unique sandstone formation known as the Parade of Elephants while ascending 125 feet to the Siamese spans.The start of Double Arch Trail is just a few hundred feet from the... Read more.
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Distance: 0.8 miles – Elevation change: 125 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: January 21, 2014
Balanced Rock Arches National Park Hiking Arches
This quarter-mile loop circles one of Arches' most prominent landmarks. Balanced Rock is a defiant 55-foot tall block of Estrada Sandstone that rests on a narrow stand of Dewey Bridge Rock. As you approach Balanced Rock from the south, the impressive pillar looks like a ball resting on an old milk bottle. That shape changes as you tour around Balanced Rock, but no... Read more.
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Distance: 0.25 miles – Elevation change: 50 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 3, 2013
Delicate Arch Trail to Delicate Arch Sunset hike Arches National Park Utah
Do not leave Arches National Park without seeing Delicate Arch. The emblematic arch appears on the Utah License plate, and while it is certainly not the largest in the park, it is probably the most memorable. Two overlooks provide a distant view of the arch, but the best way to see Delicate Arch is to hike right up to it. This incredible 3-mile trek is a must-do for... Read more.
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Distance: 3 miles – Elevation change: 480 feet
By: hikespeak Last updated: September 3, 2013