Sandstone Arch at White Domes - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama shows a large sandstone arch at White Domes in Valley of Fire park. The image was taken in the afternoon, from the shaded side of the arch so that the hole in the formation would be shown up against the blue sky rather than obscured by the surrounding hills.
Sandstone Arch at White Domes - FURTHER INFORMATION
Sandstone Arch at White Domes - Valley of Fire State Park visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Sandstone Arch at White Domes' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Nevada.
The White Domes are the northernmost sight within the Valley of Fire State Park accessible by car. The sandstone arch seen here is found towards the end of a loop walk that encircles the base of the domes. Information about the White Domes and the other attractions within the park is available from the Visitor Center. The most famous sandstone arch within the park must be Elephant Rock near the eastern entrance, with the arch forming the elephant's trunk. Another arch is found at Arch Rock, near the western entrance to the park.
The road from the visitor center to White Domes passes numerous other sights on the way worthy of exploring. Among these are Mouse's Tank, Fire Canyon and the Silicon Domes.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Road: Take the I-15 north from Las Vegas for about 30 miles and then take exit 75 for NV-169 E toward Valley of Fire/Lake Mead. White Domes are about 6km north of the Visitor Center.