Just down the road from where we camped in southwestern Utah, a dirt road led to one of nature’s wonders. It was only about 10 miles, but it took 45 minutes to get there because the road was so bad.
The formation is called the Grosvenor Arch, named by the National Geographic Society after its founder, Gilbert Grosvenor. It’s part of the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. It was certainly worth the drive.
We ate lunch there and then drove back. I did have to retighten the brackets on the camper because the bumps had worked them loose.