Yes, One in life time to walk on the bare stone mountain which have slope 30-45 degree, for 1:30 hour from the parking to the beautiful arch = worth time in my life. Yes AT THE ARCHES NATIONAL PARK, UTAH.Our dear friend Mr. Yorgasor said that : http://www.canonrumors.com/forum/index.php?topic=19469.0
" Oh, and it's an absolutely lousy idea to go hiking at night in unfamiliar territory. You may think your eyes adjust and you can see everything just fine, but your depth perception is extremely limited. The trail to delicate arch is very difficult to follow over rocky ground, and I ended up getting to the arch the wrong way. It was so wrong, I almost didn't make it back. The area around that arch is very treacherous at night. I couldn't go back the way I came (the clouds covered the moon and I had even less light) making it very difficult to judge how steep things were and if I could really cross in a place or if I'd just slide down that deep bowl.
I was consigned to sleeping in a crevice in 30 degree to protect me from the harsh winds before I decided to look one more time for the real trail back and found it.
And whatever you do, don't try to take a picture of the arch from this southern side. Actually, this angle from either side is a horrible idea, especially at night."
Ha, Ha, Ha---- For me , the first 30 minutes with full pack of cameras gear on my back = the Lousy Idea for me, and I almost stop this trip , quit and go back to the car.