Utah's red-rock country
Utah's red-rock countryThe bluffs and hills of Moab, a mountain biking hub and home to Arches National Park, are as red as sunburn and barren — save for a few juniper trees and clumps of rabbit brush, according to L.A. Times staff writer Hugo Martin. The 2,000 sandstone arches of the namesake park are the stars of any trip to Moab. L.A. Times staff photographer Mark Boster took these images. For more photo galleries, visit our photography page.
La Salle Mountains provide a backdrop to Arches National Park
Moon rise at the national park
North Window at Arches
Delicate Arch, the park's most iconic feature
Devil's Garden area of Arches
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