This is a beautiful red-rock area offering a large natural arch plus unusual rock art panels. It is located northwest of St. George. Follow old US Hwy 91 west from Ivins toward the Beaver Dam Mountains. Take the dirt Motoqua Road, which forks from Hwy 91 just west of the Gunlock Road. Drive northwest, across the Shivwits Indian Reservation, almost to the tiny town of Motoqua. After about 14 miles, take the dirt spur signed for Saughter Creek and theUSMX Gold Strike Mine. Dirve about 1.7 miles until you see a dirt road heading east, just before a cattle guard. Follow that dirt road right up into the red rocks. (The road is very rough, 4x4 needed to get into the area; or you can hike in, over about 1.5 miles of rough road).

The area is know as Red Hollow. The arch is fairly easy to spot, 2/3 the way up the sandstone mountain. It is commonly called Lone Pine Arch, but is sometimes called Ripple Arch. It takes considerable hard scrambling to get up under the arch.

I found rock art by following the base of the mountain to the right (southeast). The figures I found were on dark varnish one level up from the valley floor. I'm sure there are many other images here, I did not have time to do an extensive search. This place is fun enough, I want to go back.