A Tree Grows In…Utah

Published August 30, 2015
Updated August 24, 2015

Arches National Park Utah

Somewhere among the approximately two thousand sandstone arches that compose Arches National Park in Grand County, Utah, sits a tree. While remarkable enough in its own right – the park grounds sit atop a salt bed, which isn’t exactly what you’d consider to be conducuve to flourishing fauna – the tree provides a sharp contrast to its massive surroundings. As a result of the salt, not trees but arches abound in the region, leading approximately 700,000 visitors to the area each year.

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