Liberty Bell Arch
November 19, 2020
Liberty Bell Arch, located in Lake Mead National Recreation Area, is so named for it's resemblance to the famous Liberty Bell, at Independence National Historic Park in Pennsylvania. It even includes the "clapper", or the round part of the bell that causes it to ring. It is very accessible with a 5.3 mile out and back hike on a trail located near Willow Beach, Arizona.
Over millions of years nature formed this geologic structure that is more commonly found in Arches National Monument. Over geologic time erosion through wind and water created this unusual arch formation.
Lake Mead National Recreation Area
Swim, boat, hike, cycle, camp and fish at America’s first and largest national recreation area. With striking landscapes and brilliant blue waters, this year-round playground spreads across 1.5 million acres of mountains, canyons, valleys and two vast lakes. See the Hoover Dam from the waters of Lake Mead or Lake Mohave, or find solitude in one of the park's nine wilderness areas.
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