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Window to the Past

Window to the Past

Hike under the hot Utah sun and catch a glimpse of one of nature's most intricate sculptures. 


Arches National Park resides in Utah and is known for its multitude of beautiful sandstone arches that have stood the test of time for millions of years. The park was formed as ocean water and debris compressed into rock, creating exquisite arches and formations. The Window Arches like Double Arch and North Window are the most iconic formations of the park and were created from wind-blown sand. Native Americans lived throughout these lands for thousands years and the area was designated a national park in 1971 by President Nixon. 



Canvas Magnet 

Turret Arch, Arches National Park, Utah


3 x 3

  • Care

    Each magnet has two coats of varnishing for protection against dust, UV rays and yellowing.

    Use lightly dampened cloth to wipe off any spills. 

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