Arches National Park rangers and volunteers offer a variety of interpretive programs every day, spring through fall, to help you learn about this special park. Check at the Arches Visitor Center for more information.
The Fiery Furnace is a very popular guided hike. This is a three-hour strenuous hike that involves rock scrambling. Visit the Recreation.gov website to reserve a ticket up to six months in advance.
Afternoon tours are only sold in-person at the Arches Visitor Center. Tours sell out quickly; stop by the visitor center to ask about the next available hike.