We turned right at the intersection of the main road when we finished Behind The Rocks so we could go the additional 0.5 miles to the end of the trail to see Pritchett Arch. The sun was going down and no one felt like hiking (a few people had already hiked up to see Picture Frame Arch and didn't feel like another hike, this one more strenuous). We took a look from the road, then headed down the dirt road.
By the time we got to the end of the road the sun had been down for awhile. The road is very long but isn't too rough so we could make good time on the way out.
Seeing Pritchett Arch and Picture Frame Arch would be a good trip on their own if you didn't feel like doing anything really technical but you did feel like doing some hiking and seeing some gorgeous scenery. Pritchett Arch was very impressive.