Wild Horse Arch north of Hanksville,
Photo by Jay Wilbur
Example Cave Natural Arch
NABSQNO 12S-528157-4278363. Wild Horse Arch is a young cave natural arch that formed when a section of cave roof collapsed. It is located in the San Rafael Reef above Wild Horse Creek not far from Gobblin Valley State Park in Utah. It is reached by an easy, but unmarked hike of about a mile from the road that goes to the park. The arch has a span of about 45 feet.
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