Arches National Park Fall Activities

Arches National Park is a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts looking for an unforgettable vacation experience. 


– Arches in September: high 85 / low 54 degrees F – Arches in October: high 71 / low 40 degrees F – Arches in November: high 55 / low high 20s degrees F

Ranger Led Fall activities Park rangers are so helpful – tell them what you are most interested in and ask for recommendations. You can also find out what Arches Ranger-led Programs are available during the fall.

The Arches National Park scenic drive is a paved road with pullouts and parking lots perfect for taking Arches National Park pictures.

We recommend spending 3 days at Arches especially if you also want to explore Canyonlands Island in the Sky and Dead Horse Point. 

Fall Stargazing at Arches National Park Due to the remote location and clear skies in the Moab, Utah area, you get to see, and photograph, some of the most incredible views of the night sky… and even the Milky Way!

Fall Hiking In Arches National Park Easy Hikes at Arches: Balanced Rock, The Windows, and Double Arch. Kids, and adults, will love the Sand Dune Arch trail through a mini slot canyon with an area to play in the sand.

There is not much shade at Arches National Park, so it’s best to hit the trails in the early morning or later in the day when the temperatures aren’t as hot, and the sun isn’t as intense!