Pine Tree Arch is in Utah’s Arches National Park in the Devil’s Garden section of the park. You will likely see Pine Tree Arch on the way to the more famous (and dramatic) Landscape Arch. Pine Tree Arch is easily experienced as the trail leads right up to it and you can stand under it. It has a a traditional arch shape and is about 45 feet high and wide.
Hiking to Pine Tree Arch is easy, only about .4 miles one-way. You won’t want to just see Pine Tree Arch, however. Take the longer hike to Landscape Arch, which is just over 1.5 miles round trip and add a few tenths to see Pine Tree Arch and Tunnel Arch, which share the same brief detour from the main trail. You can also see a few more nice arches if you take the entire loop trail of 7.8 miles. Navajo Arch, Double O Arch and Private Arch are all along this same loop.
Learn all about Arches National Park here.
Read more about the arches and natural bridges I’ve visited here.
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