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Mesa Arch at sunrise at Canyonlands National Park

Mesa Arch at sunrise at Canyonlands National Park in Moab Utah on April 15, 2019. Photo by Peter Stringer

Mesa Arch (also known as Rotary Arch and Trail Arch) is a pothole arch on the eastern edge of the Island in the Sky mesa in Canyonlands National Park in northern San Juan County, Utah, United States. Mesa Arch is a spectacular natural stone arch perched at the edge of a cliff with vast views of canyons, Monster Tower, Washer Woman Arch, Airport Tower, and the La Sal Mountains in the distance. Access is via a relatively easy hiking trail, just a half-mile long from the park road.

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Nearby Locations:

Canyonlands National Park (4.3 miles)
White Rim Overlook (4.9 miles)
Grand View Point Overlook (5.9 miles)
Dead Horse Point State Park (8.9 miles)
Utah Monolith (11.1 miles)
Corona Arch (18.7 miles)
Eye of the Whale Arch (26.5 miles)
Balanced Rock (27 miles)
Double Arch (27.3 miles)
Arches National Park (28 miles)
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Utah, West


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Mesa Arch, Utah 84532

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