Wooden Shoe Arch At Canyonlands National Park
Wooden Shoe Arch is located in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park.
The parking lot to view this very unique looking rock formation is located right off the main scenic drive road of the park. Visible on the horizon Wooden Shoe Arch was formed by erosion thousands of years ago and it’s very easy to see how it got it’s name. The rock and it’s arch closely resembles the wooden clog shoes commonly seen in Dutch culture.
I fell head over heels in love with particular rock formation. I don’t know why, but I just think it’s amazing and it looks even better in person. Out of all the “arches” we saw between Canyonlands and Arches National Park this one came in at #2 as my favorite one. Sand Dune Arch in Arches National Park took top honors.
While exploring the Needles district of Canyonlands I highly recommend pulling off and admiring this beauty. It will only take 5 minutes to check it out and snap some pics and I hope you will find it as awesome as I did. The views of the surrounding area from this particular spot are pretty sweet as well.