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National Park Mystery Spot 28: A Natural Shape

The mystery spot is located in a unit of the National Park System.  Can you identify the mystery spot and tell which national park it's in?

No keystone you'll find, nor any mortar.
This shape is part of the natural order.

Fine and fragile? Soft and faint?
These are things it certainly ain't!

You must climb up high to see it up close.

You can watch a raven change sides here, quick as a flash.

Bonus clue, no extra charge: One of about 2,000 in this park.


  Be sure to check back with Traveler tomorrow for the answer and an explanation of the clues.


That sounds like Arches National Park

One of the arches in Utah?

GeorgeS and Lawrence J. Caldwell have solved part of the puzzle. Remember that you must identify the specific mystery spot and name the National Park System unit in which it is located. 

Skull Arch in Raven Canyon in the Fiery Furnace area of Arches National Park?

delicate arch in arches national park

Not Skull Arch.

Longs Peak
Rocky Mountain National Park

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