Herdina Park

Arches National Park

Located on the western side of Arches National Park, near the old park entrance, is Herdina Park. The current Willow Flats four-wheel drive road was once used to access the park from 1936 to 1958 and passed this area.

While there are not many arches in Herdina Park, this is still a great place to visit and explore its secluded fins and canyons. The largest span in this area is Leaping Arch with a light opening of 50 feet. Nearby Eye of the Whale Arch is also a must see.


Information and images of natural arches and bridges in Herdina Park



Concealed Bridge



Dam Arch



Eye of the Whale Arch



Figure Arch



Flying Buttress Arch



Hidden Canyon Arch



Leaping Arch



Relex Arch



Slanted Eye Arch



Slat Arch



Slot Arch