Our Luxury Moab Resort Just 20 Miles From Arches National Park
20 Miles, 30 Mins Drive
Arches National Park boasts the world’s greatest concentration of sandstone arches, including Delicate arch, one of Utah’s most famous icons.
Its history starts with what was once a dry seabed 65 million years ago, stretching as far as the eye can see. Most of the stunning geology we know as modern-day Arches National Park (as well as the land surrounding our ranch house and luxury resort in Moab, Utah) was at that time thousands of feet below, waiting to be carved and formed by eons of wind and water erosion. With the passage of time, geologic forces warped and folded the buried sandstone, forming fractures and causing the entire region to rise from sea level to thousands of feet in elevation. The newly exposed sandstone layers expanded, creating even more fractures and fissures and providing pathways for water to further reveal the park features we see today.