Hiking to Wilson Arch

Utah Wilson Arch Trail

Added by Prajit Ravindran

  • Beautiful, huge arch
  • Easy hike from HWY 191
  • Quick pit stop near Moab, Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks

To get to Wilson Arch, drive south of Moab on US-191 S for about 25 miles. The arch is right off US-191S and there is parking on either side of the highway. Keep an eye out after you pass the LaSal Junction - the arch is visible from the road.

From the parking lot there is a a very short (~0.5 mile) hike to get to the base of the arch. Watch your step during the last 50 feet of the hike - it can be a bit tricky due to a steep slope.

Pack List

  • Good hiking boots
  • Flashlight
  • Head lamp
  • Hiking pole
  • Camera
  • Tripod
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Hiking, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

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Easy Parking
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24 days ago

Fun!

Worth the climb up, nice views from the top and pretty relaxing too!

24 days ago

11 months ago

Short but sweet

Fun little hike with nice views, worth stopping if you're driving by.

11 months ago

about 1 year ago

Easy stop on your way to Moab

Very quick stop that is well worth it. Short hike with an amazing view.

about 1 year ago

about 1 year ago

Beautiful views. A very easy and short hike up (~5 minutes).

about 1 year ago

Added by Prajit Ravindran

Hello, My name is Prajit Ravindran. I am a landscape/adventure photographer based in Salt Lake City, Utah. I specialize in photographing the night skies, usually with a human element in it

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