We didn't really have a plan, since this was a last-minute trip. (On Thursday, one of my friends had a spot open up at the B&B she had rented out for a bunch of her mountain-biking friends.)
We decided on the Rattlesnake Arches trail in the McInnis Canyons Conservation Area
, which is part of the Black Ridge Canyons Wilderness. Getting to the trailhead included an hour-long drive on 13 miles of bumpy, rocky, steep, jeep road.
The trail is a loop if you're willing to scramble up or down a really steep rock face a half-mile from the main trail. Troy had brought along our climbing gear, so we took the bare minimum and just rappeled down (he's good about humoring me that way...)
Rattlesnake Canyon is known for having "the second-largest concentration of natural arches in the US". We were lucky to have perfect weather.