After successfully finding a place to stay in Canonville, we got up and headed to Kodachrome Basin State Park, so named by the National Geographic Society when they surveyed it in the 1920's. Just outside the park and down the road 11'ish miles is Grosvenor Arch named after the president of the NGS at the time. It is the largest arch in the area. Enduring yet another overcast morning we took our time exploring the area. It is actually a double arch with a few other really small arches scattered around the butte that this arch springs off of.