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ⓘ Wrather Arch




Wrather Arch
                                     

ⓘ Wrather Arch

Wrather Arch is a cave type natural arch in the Paria Canyon-Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, in Coconino County, northern Arizona.

The Sandstone arch is located in the eponymous Wrather Canyon, a short side canyon of Paria Canyon. Of the Paria river is a tributary of the Colorado river, at the confluence of its down−canyon to lees ferry.

Wrather arch was first spotted by a local pilot from page, AZ, knight Royce K, as he flew over a remote gorge West of Glen Canyon. Reaching Arki by helicopter in 1963, the knight and the national geographic headquarters Walter m Edwards calculated a height of 165 meters and about 250 meters wide. A summary of news from national geographic of February 4, 1966, States: "the height of a 15-storey building, Wrather arch to them for the latest National geographic of the Trustee. The Taj Mahal will fit in the arch".

                                     
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