Unsure what this POI file that is being offered on this site is about. Does it contain locations of trails, rest stops, or site-seeing spots in a Park called Arch's? Or does it lead you to Unique rock arches in various National Parks?
I guess my point is that we should stress that the author of the POI's submitted should be encouraged to write a brief description of their submitted file. Please do not take this wrong, I really, REALLY appreciate those that take the time to make these wonderful POI's. I am just suggesting that if you want them enjoyed to the fullest and expanded upon in the future by other users, then a brief description would go a long way in encouraging that.
I plotted the points and added a coverage map. It looks like the locations are in Utah.
Holydoc, Archs' National Park is in Moab, Utah. There are only 3 things there, Trails,campgrounds (not many) no water or electric, and Rock Formations (lots of them, maybe some lizards). It's a beautiful park at sunrise and sunset. The formations take on different colors from the sun, from a bright red in the morning, to a deep, soft, reddish purple late in the evening. Middle of the day?... whew, mighty hot. Some trails are long and some short. Take lots of water on the trails. Canyon Land's National Park is not far down the road from there.
I'll paste some excerpts from your description into the file page.
Thanks so much for the information. That helps a lot for me to understand what the POI file was all about.
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