Grand County, Utah

Hike to Pine Tree Arch

1 Miles Total - 50 ft gain - Out-and-Back Trail

Originally added by Josiah Roe

Gorgeous sandstone formations and a massive natural arch over a grove of Pine Trees.

Pine Tree Arch is one of several gorgeous arches in the Devil's Garden Area of Arches National Park, and is easily done as a quick detour on the way to the popular Landscape Arch. It is accessed from the Devil's Garden Trailhead, itself approximately 18 miles from the park entrance.

From the Trailhead, follow the trail .25 miles to the well-marked turnoff for Pine Tree and Tunnel Arch. Go right and stay left another .25 miles to the arch.

Note that in the summer the temperature can be very hot and the crowds very large. Early morning is best. 

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