Aguila Arch

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Aguila Arch

Aguila Arch

NABSQNO 12S 299413 – 3752246

The shape of the arch resembles the beak of an eagle and was originally called Pico de Aguila meaning eagle’s beak. The arch is in a rugged volcanic peak, part of the Harquahala Mountain range, which overlooks the small town of Aguila.

It has a span of 47 ft and a height of 15 ft.