• Double O Arch

    Arches

    National Park Utah

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    Wolfe Ranch and the hiking trail to Delicate Arch are open, but flood waters and mud have blocked the road to Delicate Arch Viewpoint.

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CAPPARACEAE

(Caper Family)
Cleome lutea

YELLOW BEEPLANT

 


CHENOPODIACEAE
(Goosefoot Family)
Atriplex canescens

FOUR-WING SALTBUSH

 
Atriplex canescens
    


CHENOPODIACEAE

(Goosefoot Family)
Salsola tragus

RUSSIAN-THISTLE

 


CHENOPODIACEAE

(Goosefoot Family)
Sarcobatus vermiculatus

GREASEWOOD

 


CONVOLVULACEAE
(Convolvulus Family)
Convolvulus arvensis

BINDWEED

 
Convolvulus arvensis
    


FABACEAE

(Pea Family)
Melilotus officinalis

YELLOW SWEET-CLOVER

 


GENTIANACEAE

(Gentian Family)
Swertia utahensis

UTAH SWERTIA

 


GERANIACEAE

(Geranium Family)
Erodium cicutarium

STORKSBILL

 
Erodium cicutarium
    


LAMIACEAE

(Mint Family)
Poliomintha incana

ROSEMARY MINT

 

Did You Know?

Landscape Arch

Landscape Arch is the longest arch in Arches National Park, measuring 306 feet from base to base. In 1991, a massive slab of rock fell from its underside, resulting in an even thinner ribbon of rock.