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Reservation system back on table again at Arches NP

Long lines to enter Arches National Park have made local, and sometimes national, headlines for years. Traffic inside and surrounding the park, crowding at popular areas, and frequent closures can conflict with the park’s mission of preserving the natural landscapes and ecosystems for the enjoyment of current and future generations.


The congestion is only getting worse, it appears, and park managers are considering possible solutions, including a timed-entry reservation system.


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