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natural arch

[′nach·rəl ′ärch]
(geology)
A landform similar to a natural bridge but not formed by erosive agencies.
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The total span of arch-the measurement by which natural bridges are ranked-is 210.
Gower, a visitor-use specialist at Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah--which boasts one of the darkest night skies in the country--is also the park's unofficial "dark sky ranger," pointing out planets and constellations to eager nighttime crowds.
Until now, there have been only three other Dark Sky Parks in the world - the Natural Bridges National Monument in Utah, the Cherry Springs State Park in Pennsylvania and the Geauga Park in Ohio.
Brief descriptions of the landforms are punctuated by color photos of sites such as Zion National Park, Virgin Anticline, Tushar Mountains, Monument Valley and Valley of the Gods, Bryce Canyon National Park, Lake Powell, Arches National Park, and Natural Bridges National Monument, among several others.
Even though we'd be natural bridges to women in other countries.
Physical objects that we create or save are the ``types of things that serve as natural bridges for accessing feelings and memories,'' agreed Ellen Horovitz, a Rochester, N.
The 3,000-acre park encompasses some of the country's most unusual geological features, including caves, underground streams, sinks, natural bridges and large springs; its name means Laughing Waters.
Within an hour of Medford is Natural Bridges with an ancient lava tube where the Rogue River disappears underground.
Small portions of the area are managed by the National Park Service and are protected as part of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and Natural Bridges National Monument.
Creationists are claiming the famous dinosaur petroglyph at the Kachina Bridge formation in Natural Bridges Natural Monument in south-eastern Utah is proof that dinosaurs and humans co-existed.
on Saturday, May 8, 2010 at the back entrance of Natural Bridges State Park off of Delaware Avenue, near the old Wrigleys Plant.