You’ll come to a canyon and an arch on this Utah hiking trail




Utah is no stranger to natural arches. In fact, there are over 2,000 natural arches in Arches National Park alone and at least 800 scattered elsewhere in the state. While some of these arches are visited every day, there are others that are rarely appreciated. Jewell Tibbets Arch, near Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park, is one of those lesser-known arches in Utah. To access it, you will have a short path in front of you but you will enjoy every minute of the journey.

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If you are exploring this Utah hiking trail during the summer months, be sure to bring plenty of water. It is also recommended to explore this trail early in the morning as later in the day the trail can get quite hot. You can find out more about the Bureau of Land Management website.

Have you ever seen the Jewel Tibbets Arch in person? And the canyon? We’d love to hear about your hiking experiences in this area in the comments!

Did you know the largest natural arch in the world is right here in Utah? In fact, it’s at Arches National Park, a short drive from the Jewel Tibbets arch. You can read more about this natural arch in this article.

Address: Jewel Tibbetts Arch, Moab, UT 84532, USA