The naturally formed arches that decorate Arches National Park are spectacular. Some are vast and sweeping while others are a bit more Dr. Seuss-like in shape and balance. However, they all have something similar in common -- a unique way of how they were formed. They were not created by wind or by water -- two elements one might expect for carving rock into such odd shapes. No, they have a far more interesting story.
Click through this slideshow to find out how they were formed and how you might even get to name your own arch!