Tukunikivatz Arch
Named after the peak of the same name in the La Sal Mountains. This odd little arch is visible high up on the cliff above the southern end of Spanish Valley if one has sharp eyes and a pair of binoculars. Down lower and to the left is an arch which appears to be an alcove; but on closer inspection turns out to be an arch. If you see this arch, Tukunikivatz appears to the right and higher up. To get to the arch take the oil exploration road (see Pritchett Arch) and take a right turn onto a dirt road a short distance from the turnoff from Rt. 191. This road passes the aforementioned alcove arch and soon the little arch appears higher up and on the left. It is just a short climb up to the arch.
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