Hike to Grosvenor Arch



1.16 miles

Elevation Gain

285 ft

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Added by Crystal Sibson

Take a scenic drive to Grosvenor Arch in Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument

Grosvenor Arch is a sandstone double arch located in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.  The arch is named after Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, a president of the National Geographic Society. 

To reach the arch, park in the trailhead parking lot off Last Chance Creek Road.  The arches are visible from the parking lot, but you can get a closer view by following the well marked trail to the base of the arches.  The trail is easy to follow with little to no change in elevation.

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Short Stop

This is a nice place to stop when traveling through GSENM on Cottonwood Wash road. On my most recent visit I was sad to see there were a lot of names and initials carved into the stone under the arch. Please remember to leave no trace when visiting.

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