Devils Garden

60 Pictures: 1-20 , 20-40 , 40-60

FinsFins (10/15/2005) Fins ... I believe this is from the parking lot of the Devil Gardens Trail.

Devil s Garden TrailDevil s Garden Trail (10/15/2005)

Withered TreeWithered Tree (10/15/2005) A withered tree in the Devil's Garden.

FinsFins (10/15/2005) The trail winds through oddly shaped sandstone fins.

ErosionErosion (10/15/2005) A little canyon has eroded in the trail. This whole area, of course, is the product of erosion.

Entrada SandstoneEntrada Sandstone (10/15/2005) The Entrada layer has a distinctive red rounded shape.

Tunnel ArchTunnel Arch (10/15/2005) Tunnel arch is in the middle of the picture. There is a sandstone wall behind the picture so it is hard to see the arch despite the fact that the arch is quite large.

Devil s Garden TrailDevil s Garden Trail (10/15/2005) The Devils Garden Trail winds through fins of Entrada Sandstone.

Juniper BerriesJuniper Berries (10/15/2005) The junipers were flush with berries.

Juniper BerriesJuniper Berries (10/15/2005) Juniper trees along the Devils Garden Trail.

Entrada FinsEntrada Fins (10/15/2005) Even without an arch, this Entrada Sandstone is an absolutely amazing substance.

Devils Garden TrailDevils Garden Trail (10/15/2005) The Devils Garden Trail is well marked, easy walking as it winds itself around fins and towers.

Gnarled TreeGnarled Tree (10/15/2005) A beautiful gnarled desert tree in Arches.

Sandstone TowersSandstone Towers (10/15/2005) Two towers in the Devils Garden area of Arches.

Sandstone FinsSandstone Fins (10/15/2005) The Devils Garden is a trail through these sandstone fins. It is like walking through a city of canyons.

PhotographerPhotographer (10/15/2005) A photographer captures an image of Landscape Arch.

Hikers on a FinHikers on a Fin (10/15/2005) Hikers on a fin near landscape arch.

Wall ArchWall Arch (10/15/2005) Wall Arch on the Devils Garden Trail.

Wall ArchWall Arch (10/15/2005) Wall Arch in Arches National Monument.

Wall ArchWall Arch (10/15/2005) Wall Arch in the Devils Garden area of Arches.

60 Pictures: 1-20 , 20-40 , 40-60

The Devils Garden

The Devils Garden Trail is the premiere attraction of Arches National Park. This trail winds between fins of Entrada Sandstone and features a stunning view of an arche around every corner.

The trail is very easy walking. The best part of the trail is that it takes a winding course through the scenery. That means you are never really that far from the car. I've taken several groups of inexperienced hikers on the trail. One simply walks to one's content and zips back to the car and to the bars of Moab for libations.

As with all desert walks ... bring plenty of water. Even though you are often in the shade, you need to hydrate. Soda is not water. Gatorade is kind of like water ... you want two bottles of water for each bottle of sports drink!!!!!

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Context: Hiking

Arches National Park (151 pictures) The Devils Garden Trail is an attraction in Arches National Park.

Moab, Utah (138 pictures) Arches is near Moab, Utah.

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