ARCHES OF ALABAMA HILLS
ALABAMA HILLS RECREATION AREA
California Tourist Guide and Destinations
"NATURAL BRIDGE"
TUTTLE CREEK ARCH???

UTM COORDINATES:
UTM Coordinates is cataloged name of arch

LATITUDE: N 3634.696
LONGITUDE: W 11805.790
ACCURACY: 17'
ELEVATION:
DIMENSIONS: 18'7"L x 5'8"H
See detailed measurements below

We read about this arch in a tourist publication
and they called it "Arch Over Tuttle Creek", but
as we examined the situation, this is actually a little
creek that originates from a spring. The actual
name of this arch is "Natural Bridge". Will do more
research and updates in the near future.

Tuttle Creek Arch
Natural Bridge / Tuttle Creek Arch

Tuttle Creek Arch spans Tuttle Creek
Where the Indians would hang out on a hot
summer day.

Gate to Tuttle Creek Arch
Gate access Natural Bridge / Tuttle Creek Arch

Walk through the gate to Tuttle Creek Arch

 Flowers at Tuttle Creek Arch
Flowers at Natural Bridge / Tuttle Creek Arch

ROCK FORMATIONS and LANDMARKS
Landmarks to help locate Tuttle Creek Arch...

Road viewed from Tuttle Creek Arch
Road viewed from Tuttle Creek Arch

DIRECTIONS:
From Lone Pine, CA / Hwy.395
(At the only stop light in town)
Turn west on Whitney Portal Road
1/2 miles turn left on Tuttle Creek Road
The arch is about 2.8 miles on the right
There is a pull-out where you can park
You can see a gate to Tuttle Creek Arch.
(About 100 feet down the trail)

ROAD CONDITIONS
Whitney Portal Road is paved.
Tuttle Creek Road is a single lane paved
road. Not recommended for oversize
vehicles or trailers.

MAP
Map of Alabama Hills Arches

PHOTO HERE
Satellite Image of Natural Bridge Arch

MEASUREMENTS OF ARCH:
Arches measured at the smallest opening

Measurements for Natural Bridge
Detailed Measurements for Natural Bridge
Grid measurements available in future release

ARCHES OF ALABAMA HILLS
There are hundreds of natural arches throughout
Alabama Hills Recreation Area.
The best way to
find arches is by walking around the rock formations.
The arches blend in with the surrounding rocks.

Alabama Hills Recreation Area
Alabama Hills Recreation Area

Alabama Hills were named in the 1860's during
the Civil War by Southern sympathizers in honor
of the Confederate warship CSS Alabama. The
Alabama Hills Recreation Area was dedicated
in 1969 by Bureau of Land Management and
encompasses almost 30,000 acres.

MOVIES FILMED IN ALABAMA HILLS
Several movies have been filmed in this area,
including Gunga Din, The Lone Ranger, ect...

MOVIE LOCATIONS IN ALABAMA HILLS
Locations of movies filmed in the Alabama Hills.
Locations have been matched with images from
the movie. Directions to help find the locations.
Included are GPS coordinates and satellite photos.

INDIAN GRINDING STONES AND MORTARS
You can find several Indian Mortars in the Alabama
Hills and surrounding area.

Whitney Portal Road
Whitney Portal Road

MORE PHOTOS OF ALABAMA HILLS
Photos included on the free campground
directory for Alabama Hills Recreation Area.

DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK
Photos and information about Death Valley.
Includes free Campground Directory.
Death Valley National Park is about
50 miles east from Lone Pine, CA

Old house in Keeler California
Old house in Keeler, CA

KEELER, CALIFORNIA
Photos from Keeler.
Located on Hwy.136
13 miles east from Lone Pine, CA
What a bizarre town... a complete subculture.
Included under the listing for Ghost Towns.

TOURIST PHOTOS

CAMPGROUNDS IN THE USA
Free campgrounds in the USA

ARCHES OF ALABAMA HILLS

Flowers at Alabama Hills
Flowers at Alabama Hills Recreation Area
March 10, 2007

WILDFLOWERS OF ALABAMA HILLS
A photo collection of wildflowers from
the Alabama Hills Recreation Area.

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California Tourist Guide and Destinations
Things to do and see in California
ALABAMA HILLS RECREATION AREA
NATURAL ARCHES AND WINDOWS
NATURAL BRIDGE ARCH
TUTTLE CREEK ARCH