modern visitor center's north wall frames a large expanse of glass
which looks out on towering red cliffs, top left. Interpretive signs
and volunteer journal facsimiles line the area below the window. The
journal entries illustrate aspects of nature the volunteer learned
while working in the park. The visitor center is located 5 miles north
of Moab, Utah. Located at 4,086 feet elevation, it's the lowest point
in Arches National Park.