Lexington Arch is located in Great Basin National Park in eastern Nevada
just south of US Rt. 50. The arch is unusual, being composed of limestone
rather than the usual sandstone typical of arches in the west. There is some
evidence that the span might be a natural bridge. For directions to the arch
go to the Great Basin National Park web site. This site also
dicusses evidence for the arch being a natural bridge. There are 12 miles
of rough road and a hike of 1.7 miles to the arch. Also see Lexington Arch (1).
Photo by Rob Jones