Arch Canyon is a great trail for those looking for a lightly used, easy hike in classic utah canyon country. The trail''s terrain is very easy, mostly rolling hills as the trail (an old jeep trail) weaves its way back and forth across the creek. Overall elevation change is minimal. The trail itself is mostly sand rather than rock or soil. After around 10 miles you will find two campsites just before the first arch from which the canyon takes its name. The first campsite is well shaded with a stellar view, very close to the junction of texas canyon. The second campsite is appx. .25 miles furthur,with a larger and more open area - better for a larger group of hikers, or a better view of the sky. ATV usage is allowed, but if hiking is your preference, its is not typically a problem; although for ATVers the trail offers a great amount of fun terrain and a couple larger areas that are suitable for nights stay with room for gear, vehicles etc. Mulpiple Pueblo ruins exist: at the beginning, the end of the canyons entering from the east, and couple cave dwellings, so keep a sharp eye. Overall, an unforgettable trail suitable for about any skill level of hiker - highly recommended.