Arch formations and natural bridges are incredible to see and are located all over Utah, not just in Arches National Park. Here is a list of Arch Hikes in Utah.
Northern Utah Arches
There is an incredible 85 foot sandstone arch near Vernal, Utah called Moonshine Arch.
The Wind Cave in Logan Canyon has arches within the caves.
Diamond Fork Arch is near Spanish Fork that can be seen from the road and the Red Ledges area surrounding it is fun to explore.
Maple Canyon Arch is a large conglomerate arch near Moroni, Utah.
Southern Central Utah Arches
Capitol Reef has multiple arches, including beautiful Hickman Bridge.
Cassidy Arch, also at Capitol Reef, is one of the few arches you can walk on top of!
Southwest Utah Arches
In Bryce Canyon National Park there is an arch that can be seen from the road called Natural Bridge.
Johnson’s Canyon Arch in a beautiful large arch in Snow Canyon near St. George.
Babylon Arch an Turtle Wall are other arches near St. George.
One of the most photographic arches is Mesa Arch in Canyonlands National Park. You’ve probably seen it on a screensaver!
Arches National Park
Of course Arches National Park is a great place to see Arches too!
Other hiking recommendations you may be interested in are: