AZTEC NATURAL ARCHES

CANYON TOUR

(Click on Canyon for more info)
Alamo Canyon
Arch Rock Canyon
Bloomfield Canyon
Caballo Canyon
Cerritos Canyon
Cox Canyon
Crow Canyon
Ditch Canyon
Hart Canyon
John Brown Canyon
Kirk Canyon
La Manga Canyon
Little Pump Canyon
Mansfield Canyon
Minix Canyon
Mud Canyon
Pemada Canyon
Pilares Canyon
Potter Canyon
Pump Canyon
San Juan River Valley
Sandstone Canyon
Simon Canyon
Slane Canyon
Vaca Canyon
Vereda Canyon
TOTAL

ARCHES


6
1
1
35
20
2
12
4
4
2
7
6
10
4
1
3
12
20
5
52
18
1
5
23
18
20
292

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Download Arches Wall Map 24" x 36"

Interested in learning more about natural arches and bridges? Visit the Natural Arch and Bridge Society website and become a member.

Vereda Canyon: Aztec Arch 30-10-24-03 (Little Hidden Arch).


On your way to visit Simon Canyon Arches, remember to visit Simon Canyon Ruins or learn and visit other archaeology in the area.
Simon Ruins

SITE ETIQUETTE

The arches are hundreds to thousands of years old. Some are very fragile and irreplaceable and your help is needed to preserve them for future generations to enjoy.
  • Do not climb on the tops of arches.
  • Pack out your trash.

TRAVEL ADVISORIES

  • Maps and directions are for information only and are provided "as is" without warranty or any representation of accuracy, or timeliness of completeness.
  • A 4-wheel drive, high clearance vehicle is highly recommended, with a full tank of gas.
  • Pack a lunch and bring lots of water.
  • Check the weather before heading out. Roads may become impassable when wet.
  • Do not cross any washes that have water running in them. You may get stuck or swept away.
  • The roads used to access the arch locations are oil & gas field roads. Be aware of large trucks and keep to the right of the road on hills and blind corners.
  • Cell phone service is not available in some areas.
  • Visit these arches at your own risk. The BLM, the City of Aztec Visitor Center and their employees are not responsible for injuries or damages to personal property.