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Greetings Arch Hunters!

Great Old Broads for Wilderness Arch (Stan Wagon)

Today is Arch Wednesday!

Each week we update the World Arch Database with newly reported arches as well as more acccurate data and/or photos for existing arch entries.

Each Wednesday, we send you a list of these updated arch entries with a summary of what has changed. Typically our weekly updates will focus on a certain area, state or country, although we may jump around the world at times!

This week's arches:

We're mainly entering arch data which needs to be updated prior to the Natural Arch and Bridge Society (NABS) Fall 2012 Arch Rally in New Mexico and Arizona.

To find any of these arch updates in the World Arch Database, just search on the arch name keyword field.
Arch Rally Fall 2012 - Cibola County, NM:
  • Acoma Arch: Coordinates were found to be on the highway where the arch can be viewed. The actual coordinates of the arch were entered (reported by Stone Canyon)
  • Sanstone Bluffs Arch: Better directions
  • Vreeland's 17-15: Was found to be on Acoma IR, not on BLM lands.
  • Swift Arch: Better directions.
  • NM-35: Better directions
  • La Ventana Arch: Larry Beck has reported the span to be 135 feet. Old data was 120 feet.
  • Pierced Rock: Better directions
  • Red Lake Bridge (McKinley County, NM): Better directions. Larry Beck reports the span to be 120 feet. Was previously reported as 100 feet.
  • NM-112: Now known as Serendipity Arch. Better coordinates (Larry Beck)
  • Saint Charles Arch, Colorado: Better photo and directions from Jay Wilbur
  • Barker and Little Barker Arches (Emery Co, UT): Better coordinates from David Kennedy
  • Boundary Butte Arch (San Juan Co, UT): Better photo from Ray Millar
  • Maverick Bridge (near Escalante, UT): Was found by David Kennedy to be a Waterfall Bridge. Had been reported as a Meander Bridge.
  • Great Old Broads for Wilderness Arch (Kane Co, UT): There were 2 entries for this arch under different names. They have been combined into one. New photo of this arch (pictured above) from Stan Wagon.
For info on the NABS arch rally Fall 2012, go to
Happy Arch Hunting!!

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