Desert Chalet Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1275 E. San Juan Drive, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 1275 E. San Juan Drive, Moab, is near Dead Horse Point State Park, Red River Adventures, Canyonlands by Night and Day, and Castle Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Moab

The Lone Ranger

A travel blog entry by johnbrand on Jun 26, 2015

23 photos

... picture taken with him, he wanted on the horse. The next thing that I knew was that Josh was up on this horse about 2 feet from this cliff and the horse was standing perfectly still. We got some great pictures of him. The Indian was a young guy about mid 20’s. His name was Adrian and he was college educated and had played basketball in school. He was a really nice guy. We talked with him about all kinds ...

Teepee's & Indians at Arches NP

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jun 23, 2015

47 photos

... we turned a corner and there she was - Delicate Arch freestanding on her own with the La Sal Mountains as a backdrop. This was jaw dropping scenery and a perfect end to a perfect hike!

Obviously such a sight draws lots of people but thankfully the majority of them (our dear Jap friends aside) were respectful of the arch and stayed on the rim in which to ...

Radiating in Moab

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Jun 02, 2015

1 comment, 76 photos

... Arch is amazing. We even take the easy mile trail to Sand Dune Arch to check it out. That was a worthwhile and easy trip allowing us some shade in the cool canyon.

At the Fiery Furnace Viewpoint, Casey tells me about the very special hike groups which are only allowed twice a day. A permit is required for anyone to hike this trail. The hiking group size is limited and reservations book months in advance. Casey shows me the video of the trek where ...

Canyonlands and Arches

A travel blog entry by jgmdrake on May 29, 2015

7 photos

We started today in Dead Horse State Park and then went to Canyonlands National Park. The views are ok, but not my favorite. I had more fun watching Tate climb on the rocks and transform into a caveman. He wanted me to video his every move as he scrambled up and over. He found a "cave" (outcropping) and scooted in and then said no pictures please. He got a rock and started smoothing the dirt cause he had to "clean his apartment." We saw a ...

Mesa, Butte and Arches in SE Utah

A travel blog entry by david_rana on May 19, 2015

13 photos

... The type of rock had led to erosion of sections resulting in many different shapes including about 2000 arches. We visited a few of the better known arches including a 2.4 km uphill hike to the Delicate Arch. The return trip seemed so much easier! What a day - two great parks displaying rock formations but so completely different. Moab is a flourishing tourist destination, full of motels, restaurants and adventure activities all based on ...

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