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MOAB

  • Moab

Overview

  • Karla Gadea

Moab is located in eastern Utah. Moab is a bikers dream and is home to the greatest mountain biking on the planet! It’s a bikers dreamland and has great biking trails for advanced riders and families with small children. The Moab area offers a huge variety of trails and is well known for its world famous Slickrock Bike Trail. There are over 100 trails to explore and enjoy.  

For a list of biking trails visit: http://utahmountainbiking.com/trails/idx-moab.htm

Mountain Bike Moab’s Porcupine Rim(Intermediate): This ride is one of the most popular in Moab and Utah. It’s a 15-mile one-way ride with 10 miles of downhill. Be sure to pack plenty of water and food with you as it can get extremely hot out there and the ride can take longer than expected. This ride provides you with stunning views of Castle Valley as you head along the rim.

Moab’s Slickrock Bike Trail: This trail is an intermediate singletrack trail with a distance of 9.6 miles. Slickrock is the most popular mountain bike trail in the world with over 100,000 visitors per year. The trail is only 12 miles long and can provide an amazing workout. There is a small fee to enter the trailhead to protect and rehabilitate the ecosystem.

Hike to Navajo Arch(Beginner): The hike to Navajo Arch is 2 to 4 hours there, hikers can see many arches and enjoy some nice shade provided by them. In order to get to Navajo Arch, you will have to hike through Devil’s Garden Trailhead. The hike is easy at the beginning but then has a slight incline. The arch is surrounded by many trees and this makes for the perfect picture.

Hike to Double O Arch(Intermediate): Hike to Double O Arch is a 4.2 mile round trip hike. The Double O arch is two arches stacked onto each other forming an “o”. Starting at the Devils Garden Trailhead, this 4.2 mile looped moderate hike features flat sandy paths to narrow sandstone slabs with narrow ledges. Best time to complete this hike is early in the morning.

Wolfe Ranch Rock Art: Hikers can see Indian drawings here and are totally worth going off trail. This can be found be coming off the main trail of Delicate Arch and give a history of the Wolfe family and their ranch.

Hike Devil’s Garden Primitive Loop(Intermediate): Total distance for this hike is 7 miles with an elevation gain of 1,204 feet. On this hike, you can see over 7 arches like Landscape Arch, which is one of the world’s biggest arches! Starting from Landscape Arch, the loop will take you to several other arches, as well as down into some of the fin-like canyons that are so prevalent throughout the park.

Hike and Stargaze Double Arch(Beginner): The hike to Double Arch is a short 0.5 miles roundtrip. The sight here at night is amazing and the two arches make it more spectacular! This arch is created by two arches that share the same stone as the foundation for their outer legs. This arch was formed by downward water erosion as opposed to the more common side-to-side erosion.

Cliff Jumping at Power Dam(Beginner): Power Dam is just below Arches National Park and is a great place to cool off after a long trip of hiking. Power dam is a swimming hole surrounded by big rock formations like those found in Arches. The hike to Power Dam is a short 1.5 miles. The hole is great for swimming and cliff jumping, in some areas. During the hike visitors will need to cross the water a couple of times so make sure to come prepared!

Hells Revenge 4×4 Trails: For those interested in off-roading there are many trails to be explored. All vehicles must stay on designated roads and trails.There are no open play areas, campgrounds included. For a list of trails visit: http://www.sandflats.org/655/Hells-Revenge-44-Trail

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ACTIVITY:

Hiking, Biking, ATV

Difficulty:

Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

SEASON:

Winter, Spring, Fall

How to Get There

The closest airport to MOAB is the Canyonlands Feild Airport located 20 minutes north of MOAB. To get to MOAB from the airport head east on W Aviation Way toward US-191 N, Turn right onto US-191 S, and Turn left onto E Center St.

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Moab Desert Home: 4 BR / 2.5 BA stand alone home in Moab, Sleeps 10

Rating: 4/5 (1reviews)

Gorgeous 4 bedroom 2.5 bathroom private home, sleeps up to 10. Has amazing views of the La Sal Mountains and Moab Rim. Only 10minutes from the heart of downtown, but still far enough to allow you to enjoy the large outdoor patio with hot tub, fire...

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Glamping FunStays : 2018 New RV. Setup like Hotel Extended Stay

Rating: 5/5 (2reviews)

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Rim Village Vista Townhome, 10 minutes to Arches National Park

Rating: 5/5 (11reviews)

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Stunning Tiny Park Model Homes!!!

Rating: 5/5 (9reviews)

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Views, comfort, and relaxation await you in this new townhome.

Rating: 5/5 (12reviews)

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Save $50/Night-Remaining nights in July/August , 3 Master suites. Stunning home.

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Quiet piecefull retreat 30 minutes from Town

Rating: 5/5 (11reviews)

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Charming Cottage in the Heart of Downtown Moab

The Guest Cottage is situated next to Mill Creek. There are very few places in Moab that are comparable. The space includes 1 bedroom, 1 bath, a sleep sofa and a kitchen/dining/living area that soars with cathedral ceilings and welcomes the sunlig...

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Quiete Time !! 30 Minutes North Of Moab

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Spacious Condo Located In Downtown Moab

Rating: 5/5 (4reviews)

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Modern desert retreat w/ gorgeous mountain views & private hiking trails!

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REMAINING AUGUST NIGHTS REDUCED! Moab Desert Sunrise Villa! Pool w/ hot tub

Rating: 5/5 (24reviews)

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The Wandering Cow: Rustic Modern Southwest 3 bds, loft, 2 1/2 bath, pool, spa

Rating: 5/5 (7reviews)

Welcome to our vacation home, The Wandering Cow. Returning from your many adventures in Moab, relax, rejuvenate and experience Southwest charm and luxurious accommodations in our modern rustic Southwest townhome. You will find many amenities and...

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Beauitul Condo In Downtown Moab With Stunning Views

Rating: 5/5 (4reviews)

Welcome to one of the most well-appointed townhouses in the Entrada at Moab complex. This is a deluxe, but comfortably furnished end unit that has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and 2 car garage with views of Arches, La Sal Mountains, and Portal. Whether yo...

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Beautiful, Spacious Pet Friendly Condo In Downtown Moab

Rating: 5/5 (2reviews)

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$189/night
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12

Best Views in Rim Village | Completely Updated for 2017! | 3 Bedroom/2 Bath

Rating: 5/5 (24reviews)

• Brand new to VRBO - Completely remodeled and updated! • Best views in Rim Village from the patio and living room! • The patio is the perfect place to enjoy morning breakfast or evening dinner while taking in the amazing colors of red rock on Moa...

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The Crooked Goat: Rustic, Modern Southwest: 3 bds, loft, 2 1/2 bath, pool, spa

Rating: 5/5 (11reviews)

Welcome to our vacation home, The Crooked Goat. Returning from your many adventures in Moab, relax, rejuvenate and experience Southwest charm and luxurious accommodations in our modern rustic Southwest townhome. You will find many amenities and ...

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$249/night
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AMAZING VIEWS, 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS AND POOL

Rating: 5/5 (20reviews)

Welcome to Laughing Labs. Spectacular views of the La Sal Mountains and the Moab Rim on a secluded corner. Extended deck is shaded in the afternoon and very private, great place to relax at the end of the day. Make fabulous meals in the recen...

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$234/night
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New In-Town Lodging. One Block From Main St. 1B/1B, Studio.

Rating: 5/5 (32reviews)

Casa Moab is set in a peaceful and central neighborhood just one block from main street. This contemporary designed duplex reflects the Moab cozy charm and character and is within walking distance to local restaurants and shops. The Moab Brewery...

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$170/night
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Brand New Luxury Condo In Downtown Moab Sleeps Up To 14, Has A Garage, & Private Patio

Rating: 5/5 (6reviews)

Brand new 4 bedroom condo in downtown Moab. Sleeps up to 14 with a King, Queen, 4 Twins, a sofa sleeper and 2 Twin mattresses. Great Opening Rates* Welcome to the Entrada Condominium Complex in downtown Moab, designed with you in mind. Whether y...

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$224/night
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Additional Logding Options

Red Cliffs Lodge (Milepost 14, Highway 128 Moab, Utah 84532)
Website: https://redcliffslodge.com/
Phone: (866) 812-2002

The Gonzo Inn (100 W. 200 South, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://www.gonzoinn.com/?utm_source=TripAdvisor&utm_medium=WebListing&utm_campaign=BusinessListing
Phone: (435) 261-9115

Fairfield Inn & Suites Moab (1863 N Highway 191, Moab, UT 84532-9623)
Website: http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/cnyfi-fairfield-inn-and-suites-moab/?pid=corptbta&scid=b661a3c4-9c47-48c8-9e13-75b66089dd79
Phone: +1-435-259-5350

Dining

Eklecticafe – Breakfast & Brunch, Sandwiches (352 N Main St, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: No website, please call for more information.
Phone: (435)259-6896

Twisted Sistas Café – Asian Fusion (11 E 100th N, Moab, UT)
Website: http://www.twistedsistascafe.com/
Phone: (435)355-0088

El Charro Loco – Mexican Food (812 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: No website, please call for more information.
Phone: (435)355-0854

Jeffrey's Steakhouse (218 N 100 W, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://www.jeffreyssteakhouse.com/
Phone: (435)259-3588

Arches Thai (60 N 100 W, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://archesthai.com/
Phone: (435)355-0533

The Atomic – Burgers, American, Vegetarian (1393 N Hwy 191, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://www.theatomicmoab.com/
Phone: (435)259-5201

Tours

Moab Adventure Center (225 S Main St, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://www.moabadventurecenter.com/
Phone: (866) 904-1163

High Point Hummer and ATV Tours and Rentals (281 N Main St, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: http://www.highpointhummer.com/
Phone: (435) 259-2972

Moab Tour Co (543 N Main St, Moab, UT 84532)
Website: No website, please call for more information.
Phone: (435) 259-4080

1 comment on “MOAB

  1. Moab is absolutely fantastic for mountain biking. They have trails for all levels. From beginner to advanced. I was worried my 10 year old won’t be able to handle the 10 mile ride, but Rim Tours guides were able to give her the confidence she needs and by explaining the different techniques on the bikes and what to expect on the trails, they got her through it and she had a blast.

    We stayed at the Homewood Suites Moab by Hilton. Our rooms were large, clean and comfortable, the hot breakfast and afternoon snacks were great. The location is central and you can walk to all restaurants and shops. The only thing I wish they’d had was a Jacuzzi, but the pool was heated and was sufficient for a quick swim to get the muscles relaxed after a whole day of hiking and biking.

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