The Arches National Park, located in eastern Utah, is known for its dark red rocks that make up most of the landscape. The park is nearly 76,679 acres of the desert over the Colorado Plateau and is bordered by the river. While the lowest elevation is around 4,085 feet at the visitor’s center, the highest peak rises up to 5,653 feet right at Elephant Butte.
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