Fay Canyon Arch has the longest span of all the natural arches in the Sedona region, stretching 94 feet.  Its thickness is 25 feet, its width 20 feet and the opening below the span is 15 feet high.  

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Fay Canyon ArchWhen seen from the canyon's floor, the arch is so close to the wall that it is nearly camouflaged.
View of Fay CanyonWhen viewed from behind, the arch frames a vista of Fay Canyon in the Red Rock Country.
Inside Fay ArchLike Devil's Bridge, Fay Canyon Arch formed when a verticle crack in a ledge on the canyon's east wall intersected a small cave, or alcove, in the wall beneath the ledge.
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