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Dark blue infographic contains several graphic elements about the Arches Timed Entry Pilot.
White header text on the infographic reads: “Visiting Arches? To enter the park April 3-October 3, 2022, follow these steps:”
First step: A yellow, brown and white smartphone graphic is set against a dark blue backdrop. The smartphone screen contains a calendar graphic outlined in yellow and brown with a large yellow checkmark in the middle. Next to the smartphone is a brown and yellow box that contains a white checkmark. The text for this step reads: “Secure your timed entry reservation, available in advance online at Recreation.gov or by phone.”
Second step: An orange, yellow, brown and white parks pass graphic set against a dark blue backdrop. The card is orange and brown with a white outline, and yellow curved line and a yellow diamond shape on the face. Behind the park pass sits a brown, yellow, and white photo identification card with a dark blue outline of a person in the upper left corner. Next to the two cards is a brown and yellow box that contains a white checkmark. The text for this step reads: “Bring your park pass OR pay the entrance fee and show your ID at the entrance station.”
Third step: A brown and yellow graphic of Delicate Arch outlined in white set against a dark blue backdrop. A yellow shadow is present behind the sloping arch, and several orange lines represent distinct sandstone layers on the surface of the arch. Next to the Delicate Arch graphic is a brown and yellow box that contains a white checkmark. The text for this step reads: “Enjoy your park!”
Below the steps, white text reads: “Already booked an activity? Camping, commercial tour, special use permit, or Fiery Furnace ticket holders do not need a timed entry reservation.” Below the text, four small, squared, black and white pictograph icons are lined up. The icons include a tent for camping, a permit for special use permits, a bus for commercial bus tours, and a group of 3 stick figures for tours.
“For more information visit: go.nps.gov/ArchesTicket.”
Last updated: January 13, 2022