Nachi Kulik, Pima County, Arizona
Photo by Jay Wilbur
NABSQNO 12R-432845-3496365. Nachi Kulik is a shelter natural arch eroded through a volcanic dike on the southeast flank of a nearly circular cinder cone. It is located less than 5 miles north of the US-Mexico border in Pima County, Arizona. The name comes from a Papago Indian legend and translates to "Pierced Ear" in English. Vreeland listed Nachi Kulik as number 12-35 in his catalog and reported a span of 22 feet.