Arches National Park is one of the smallest parks in the US, but one of the most visited—and for good reason. It’s fantastic! The rock formations are really cool. There is so much to see in the little park that it was difficult to fit it all in the short amount of time we had. We started by going to the famous Delicate Arch early in the morning (before sunrise). While the arch is best viewed in the afternoon light, the morning hike was actually a lot of fun and there were far fewer people around. We made our way around to several other arches and features within the park throughout the morning. I would have loved to wait for better light in the afternoon, but we had to head out.