Arches National Park in Utah is known for having some of the largest and most photographed natural arch formations in the world. Sometime late Monday or early Tuesday, the Wall Arch, one of the most popular in the park, crumbled and fell.
Gravity and erosion were cited as the cause.
The Wall Arch was more than 33 feet tall and 71 feet wide. It was the 12th largest arch among the park’s 2,000 formations.