Travel Blogs from Moab, United States

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Dead Horse Rules, Moab, United States travel blog

Dead Horse Rules

A travel blog entry by greggwatts

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We hiked Dead Horse State Park today. We wanted an early start to beat the heat and see the early morning sun colours, so were up around 6 a.m. After searching for a coffee stand open at that hour, we headed out to visit Dead Horse and the Island in the ...

A Change in Plans, Moab, United States travel blog

A Change in Plans

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... , just west of Grand Junction, CO. As we looked at the map, Moab, Utah was just 30 miles south of US-50 / I-70.  Moab is the gateway into Arches and Canyonlands National Parks.  We were already running a day ahead, so we turned south to find a ...

Two Great National Parks in Canyon Country, Moab, United States travel blog

Two Great National Parks in Canyon Country

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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... By the time we left Canyonlands it was after 7:30 pm.  We decided it was a good night for dinner out.  We opted for the Moab Microbrewery just across the street from our RV park.  It was a good dinner with a very refreshing pitcher of beer. ...

The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

The Needles District of Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl

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To get to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park you drive about 80 miles southwest of Moab. On the way out of Moab we stopped at the national park administrative office to get the overall Canyonlands passport stamp.  At the individual ...

Van Tropic over de Scenic Byway 12 naar Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Van Tropic over de Scenic Byway 12 naar Moab

A travel blog entry by niki72

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Tropic - Scenic Byway 12 - Capitol Reef - Hanksville - Green River (I-40) - 191 South - Moab 303 miles (485 km)   We gaan terug om 08u30 ontbijten en krijgen de heer des huizes niet te zien. Zijn vrouw zegt dat hij vandaag uitslaapt. Of zou het ...

Green River/Canyonlands Backcountry, Moab, United States travel blog

Green River/Canyonlands Backcountry

A travel blog entry by kellyjohn

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... us up in a large speed boat for the two hour ride back up the Colorado and 20 minute bus ride back into Moab.  Our selected river trip took us through Labryinth and Stillwater Canyons, Canyonlands National Park and  300 million years of ...

Day 15 - Shopping, Malt Balls & Red Rocks, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 15 - Shopping, Malt Balls & Red Rocks

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... onion. Can’t wait to shop in Whole Foods properly in Boulder! It’s 7.15pm now, and we’re about 10 miles from Moab. We love this place; this will be our third visit! I don’t think we can check in, eat and make Arches National Park ...

UTAH ROCKS!!, Moab, United States travel blog

UTAH ROCKS!!

A travel blog entry by paulandton

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... colored mountains and end in this vast flatland that seems to go on forever without a bend in the road. Just before we arrive in Moab the scenery changes again into a red rock canyon scenery. Only one mishap on this trip! In Escalantes, a small village on ...

Capitol Reef  NP, Goblin Valley SP, and Arches NP, Moab, United States travel blog

Capitol Reef NP, Goblin Valley SP, and Arches NP

A travel blog entry by momologue

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... on to Moab and a hotel rather than camp at Goblin as originally planned.  Little did we know... We arrived in Moab, UT about 5:30, without a reservation...during an off-road vehicle rally... our first mistake.  All hotels posted no vacancy, ...

Part 1: Canyons of the West, Moab, United States travel blog

Part 1: Canyons of the West

A travel blog entry by kiwihayley

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... was the right way to go after that junction - being that we are such serious hikers and all. We drove for lunch at Moab. A tiny town that was pretty neat! You could see all the cliffs and rock formations (like giant Ayres Rocks..) surrounding the town. ...

Canyonlands & Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands & Arches

A travel blog entry by explorerjones

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           The scenery out my window as I write this is a screen panel on a neighboring RV (about 6 feet away) of a pond with large geese flying over head.  As we pulled into the "A&A RV Resort" last night... the kids all ...

Utah--Arches & Moab--Fiery Wanderings..., Moab, United States travel blog

Utah--Arches & Moab--Fiery Wanderings...

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... the youngsters had a much easier time-Visit now, don't wait till you get over 35! After the hike, we had lunch at a great Moab Restaurant, Pasta Jays. In the evening, too tired to hike anymore, we drove the Scenic Byway Rt. 279 to Potash. It parallels ...

Monument Valley to Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Monument Valley to Moab

A travel blog entry by barratt

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... stop to take photos) It's amazing what nature can do. Arrived in Moab @2pm (but it was really 3pm - I get confused with different States and what daylight hours they observe) and to my surprise they have a golf course! So I played and then, after a ...

Westwater Canyon rafting, Moab, United States travel blog

Westwater Canyon rafting

A travel blog entry by sackitoff

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After settling into our campsite in Moab, we wandered around downtown (all three blocks of it) and tried to find an outfitter that might do canoe lessons so that we could learn some whitewater skills. Well, we had no luck with that, so instead we ended up ...

Moab, Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab, Utah

A travel blog entry by crapper66

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Moab was the first place we went with the time change, which was an hour. our first dinner there was, how do you put it? Disgusting. I had a microwave container of pasta and broccoli. Whats the difference between broccoli and snot? Kids ...

Halbtagsjob: Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Halbtagsjob: Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by olih

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... Wetter wird nicht mehr besser. Arches können wir knicken für heute. So gehen wir ziemlich früh zum  Abendessen in die Moab Brewery. Hier ist der Teufel los: das schlechte Wetter hat alle in die Kneipen getrieben. Wir wollen keine 20 Minuten auf ...

Heat-Waving the Days Away, Moab, United States travel blog

Heat-Waving the Days Away

A travel blog entry by dinojay2

... the rain started again. Stopped, we'd move, it would start. Etc, etc. You get the picture. Our last 3 days were spent in Moab, the mountain biking capital of the world (according to Moab, anyway). At the very least it has to be the mountain biking ...

Traumwanderung: Chesler Park Trail, Moab, United States travel blog

Traumwanderung: Chesler Park Trail

A travel blog entry by olih

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... recht. Zum Abendessen lasse ich mich von Conny zu einem Besuch beim Italiener überreden. Pasta Jay’s auf der Main Street von Moab ist denn auch eine gute Wahl. Auch hier kann man schön draußen sitzen, das Garlic Bread ist wie in der Pizzeria ...

Up early for no good reason, Moab, United States travel blog

Up early for no good reason

A travel blog entry by pfl_guy

... mess and there is a DOE facility here that is trying to figure out how to clean up.   In any case, downtown Moab is hodgepodge of restaurants, tourist gift shops, clothing stores, and shops selling Indian arts and crafts. We wandered in and ...

Jun 26, 2010, Moab, United States travel blog

Jun 26, 2010

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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Park Avenue, Steinbögen und Spritmangel, Moab, United States travel blog

Park Avenue, Steinbögen und Spritmangel

A travel blog entry by meine_reisen

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... und wenn ja, ob ich den mir leisten will. Für heute lassen wir den Tag gemütlich ausklingen. Ein kleiner Spaziergang durch Moab und am Abend gibt's noch ein Schlückchen Wein, den wir gestern in einem Liquorshop erworben haben. Morgen gibt es wieder ...

Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab

A travel blog entry by mapoirat

Was guiding a Bike trip in ...

Day 18 – Monday, April 15, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 18 – Monday, April 15

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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... .In the lodge is a museum with artifacts and pictures about the movies that have been made in the area.  Historically, the Moab area has been a popular place to make early cowboy movies and later other movies and commercials.  It was neat to see ...

Arches National Park, Big Bend Campsite near Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by sharonandkevin

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Left the hostel mid morning to find a campsite on Bureau of Land Management sites that are all along the Colorado River. Got a really nice secluded and partly sheltered one at the Big Bend Beach area. So, after setting up the tent and paying our ...

Utah and the National Parks, Moab, United States travel blog

Utah and the National Parks

A travel blog entry by freddiewright

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... the night nearby (where we did a big wash and swear I met a serial killer in the laundry room) and then drove here to Moab where we are intending to stay for two nights and go and see Monument Valley tomorrow but the place we are staying in is pretty ...

13e jour : Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

13e jour : Moab

A travel blog entry by usa.tour

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Encore une journée bien remplie, toujours dans une ambiance... minérale. Visite de Arches National Park et ses étonnantes particularités géologiques. Puis, panoramas aux dimensions immenses à Canyonlands National Park. Après cette chaude ...

Duck Creek - Moab, The Journey from Hell !, Moab, United States travel blog

Duck Creek - Moab, The Journey from Hell !

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... , because after we left them, our journey took a turn for the worse. We eventually hit the interstate, which would mean we'd speed onto Moab, and our next home. We needed fuel, but bypassed one service station, thinking we'd get it in the next pull off, a ...

Day 21 –Thursday, April 18, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 21 –Thursday, April 18

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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We spent the today in Canyonlands National Park http://www.nps.gov/cany/index.htm. We drove along the road and hiked along some trails.  It was cold today in the park.  The wind was blowing lowering the "feels like" temperature.  The ...

Goose Neck Camping, Moab, United States travel blog

Goose Neck Camping

A travel blog entry by rowan-blackmore

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The next day was rather chilled (thankfully). We drove out to a lovely blue lake to have a swim and escape the midday heat which was nice, and very much welcomed after our sweltering night! Then we drove quite a way to our camp spot for the night. We ...

Canyonlands, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by theconroy

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Well, today is our Anniversary Day and the day began before daybreak. We captured some great sunrise shots over the Canyonlands. Later we hit the Islands in the Sky district, Newspaper Rock (Petroglyphs), Potash (Petroglyphs) and then the Needles ...

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