Lone Pine Arch

Santa Clara, Utah (Washington County)

Last Updated: 02/14/2021
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Highlight: Lone Pine Arch
Natural arches within the state of Utah are a pretty common sight. However, within this region of southwestern Utah, they can be a little more elusive. Lone Pine Arch, sometimes called Ripple Arch, is located within a secluded canyon called Red Hollow. The arch is fairly easy to see from the trail end, it's about halfway up the cliff face. The arch isn't the only highlight for this area. There are also some hidden petroglyphs that are on the first step up the cliff face, on the dark, almost black sections of the rocks. There are supposed to be more rock art in this area but they were not found on this visit. The climb up under the arch is pretty difficult and should only be attempted by experienced hikers/climbers. The trail leading to the site is fairly easy for stock 4x4's but it's in a remote section of desert. There are a couple of places to park a few vehicles when you reach the end of the trail.
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