In southern Utah, just off of United States Highway 160 is a rather large and obvious landmark. A naturally occurring sandstone arch in this part of the world is actually not a unique sight, it’s not really even a rare one. Just a few miles away is the entrance to Arches National Park in which dozens, if not hundreds of these arches exist in a variety of shapes, styles and sizes.
What makes Wilson Arch so much different is that it isn’t part of a park or a monument. It’s not out of the way and you don’t have to know where it is to find it. It’s just right there.
You literally can’t miss it.
As an added bonus, if you climb up to it and look down the other side you get a gorgeous view of southern Utah.