Travel Blogs from Moab, United States

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Checked one off the bucket list., Moab, United States travel blog

Checked one off the bucket list.

A travel blog entry by tim_and_donna

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Well, Tim was able to check an item off his "bucket list" today.  We took a hot air balloon ride near Arches National Park.  After waking at 5:30 am (anyone knowing me knows that is not my favorite time of day) we drove to meet the van.  ...

Moab and sunset at Delicate Arch, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab and sunset at Delicate Arch

A travel blog entry by kwrona

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So since I wasn't feeling well, we decided to take today off and spend the day in Moab.  It's a cute little town not far from Arches and Canyonlands national parks.  I got a motel room to rest and Phil decided to camp tonight.  Since the ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by summitmonkee

Andy and I took a day trip to Arches National Park in Moab, Utah. We spent the day hiking and taking pictures of the incredible landscape. I climbed up a short rock face at one point to see the view from the top (the view ended up being horrible), and ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by nvarshney

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Got up early to meet with everyone at breakfast. Then we spent the whole day at Arches National Park. Then drove from Arches to Denver at ...

Whitewater trip, Moab, United States travel blog

Whitewater trip

A travel blog entry by burrkc

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Well Arice made it back from whitewater rafting the Colorado River only thing ... no pics... his battery in his camera was in backwards ... Should of read the directions to HIS camera.....Said he had a great time.. Now we're off to the rodeo, going to ...

Moab and Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab and Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by cube242

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... ate some lunch. I ended up getting breakfast two days in a row at the Jailhouse Cafe, which was a cool little spot right in Moab. So, I thought I would get into the local culture of Moab, and maybe meet some people, but I didn't really.  All in ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by flicky123

Pancake Haus for breakfast and "oh my", what a lot of food . I ordered apple and cinnamon pancakes with maple syrup, so so good, but seriously, hoe eats that much food! I ate until I felt sick and was not even half way through. Our bellies were full so ...

Durango, CO - Moab, UT, Moab, United States travel blog

Durango, CO - Moab, UT

A travel blog entry by joe.kilch

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... the smell, but all looked good enough to move, and after checking for motorcycle techs in Silverton to no avail, I headed for Moab.  Crossing into Utah, three large storm cells loomed and after gearing up rode through some of the most intense rain ...

We're Definitely Not in Kansas Anymore, Moab, United States travel blog

We're Definitely Not in Kansas Anymore

A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent

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... --no visible agriculture, livestock, houses, gas stations, nada. Google Maps and our GPS both said we should take Route 191 to Moab, but Rebecca noticed in our atlas that Route 128 seemed a bit more direct and was marked as a scenic highway, so we took ...

Arrival in Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Arrival in Moab

A travel blog entry by agentjake

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... tell the forest fire nearby was worsening. There was a ton of smoke in the air. Anyway, I had anticipated stopping somewhere half way to Moab, but as I was driving, I figured I could make it all the way. Well, I made it, but it was a LONG drive! Moab ...

Sogar NOCH MEHR Landschaftsaufnahmen, Moab, United States travel blog

Sogar NOCH MEHR Landschaftsaufnahmen

A travel blog entry by blackcars

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... Moab, reiht sich in die Folge guter Motels auf unserer Reise ein, abgesehen von L.A. waren wir ja immer sehr zufrieden. Moab als Ort bietet grundsätzlich das gleiche Bild wie bspw. Cortez am Vortag, hat sich jedoch dem Tourismus besser angepasst. ...

Ein Tag für Verrückte, Moab, United States travel blog

Ein Tag für Verrückte

A travel blog entry by blackcars

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Den heutigen Tag hatten wir für den Arches Nationalpark unweit von Moab vorgesehen. Der Park bietet mehrere hundert, durch Erosion entstandene steinerne Bögen mit teilweise spektakulärem Anblick. Da der Park für gewöhnlich sehr voll ist, starteten ...

Red Arches and Crazy Hike, Moab, United States travel blog

Red Arches and Crazy Hike

A travel blog entry by andrewy

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... nbsp;  This morning I woke up bright and early around 5 am. After packing away my tent in the dark, I left Monument Valley for Moab, Utah.       The drive up 191 hwy was very nice. The land is so spread out that I can easily ...

Moab adventures, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab adventures

A travel blog entry by lozjg

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... sliders which is a cake/cookie with ice cream in the middle, I got 3 different flavours and it was loooovely! The town of Moab is so strange, it's a big flat town surrounded by the steep mountains, but they look like a Hollywood backdrop! I swear they ...

Underneath the Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Underneath the Arches

A travel blog entry by jobloor

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... breakfast in Perkins this morning, and we also purchase a gigantic muffin to share on the way. A shorter drive today heading for Moab and Arches National Park. This area of Utah is red sandstone and the salt deposits left behind when the sea receded have ...

When I grow up I want to be a Mercan, Moab, United States travel blog

When I grow up I want to be a Mercan

A travel blog entry by davidpower

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... And everyone does. They have the worlds largest playground and it is great that people get outdoors and use it. Now we are in Moab there is a huge increase in the wealth of the area. It is obviously a playground for locals and travellers alike. Lynn, ...

Devils Garden & Primitive Trail, Arches NP, UT, Moab, United States travel blog

Devils Garden & Primitive Trail, Arches NP, UT

A travel blog entry by sue-bob

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No mice last night, yeah! Today 82 degrees and sunny! Went back to Arches NP to do some hiking. Did the Devils Garden Trail with some side shoots. Total of about 8 miles which took about 5 hours. It was an amazing hike, not for the timid. An optional ...

We emerge, Moab, United States travel blog

We emerge

A travel blog entry by veger

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... for the grill, I am half right but I have it backwards.  The grill was named for the song.  It looks out over Moab from a hillside and we enjoy an excellent meal as the sunsets on Moab.  A very fitting reward indeed. End day ...

Floden og buerne, Moab, United States travel blog

Floden og buerne

A travel blog entry by kjer_rasmussen

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... onsdags gymnastik, Disney Sjov osv. Rejsebøgerne var endnu en gang studeret, og den tilkomne viden fortalte os, at vi på vejen til Moab skulle igennem den ene nationalpark efter den anden – vel og mærket hvis vi valgte at køre "The scenic ...

Life on Mars?, Moab, United States travel blog

Life on Mars?

A travel blog entry by mulletsgetchiks

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... is a flat expanse of desert, with mountains rising in the East and West. The colors and shapes of these rock outcroppings made Moab a dream--this is what Mars must look like. Or the bottom of some prehistoric ocean. As we hiked I imagined the whole ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by helmuth

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Heute standen gleich 3 Aktivitäten am Plan. Zuerst früh aufstehen um den Sonnenaufgang im Arches NP zu sehen. Es war traumhaft, das frühe Aufstehen hat sich gelohnt und durch die Jahreszeit war es gar nicht so früh: ca. 7:50. Zu Mittag wollten wir ...

Day 7 - The Day of the Fisher Towers, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 7 - The Day of the Fisher Towers

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... kids got some smoothies from the Peace Tree Juice bar next door (an old favourite) while Lyn and I popped to his favourite the Moab Microbrewery, where we perched on the bar watching some of the Olympics opening ceremony (Mr Bean went down well with the ...

Dos gambas por el Bryce Canyon, Moab, United States travel blog

Dos gambas por el Bryce Canyon

A travel blog entry by fjbvigil

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... nos dirigimos a Moab, punto de partida de las excursiones a Arches y Canyonlands, y lugar donde se encuentra el Moab Brewery, microcervecería donde aparte de desgustar una gustosa cerveza cenamos copiosamente (atención especial al dip de cangrejo y ...

Arch Hunting, Moab, United States travel blog

Arch Hunting

A travel blog entry by svenjaundheiko

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... gelassen hatten. Durch das Tippen wird man echt arm hier. 15-20 % sind üblich... Nach einer heißen Dusche und etwas TV (27 Dresses) fielen uns bald die Augen zu. Schade, dass wir Moab schon verlassen müssen. Hier kann man locker eine Woche verbringen. ...

OMG what a wonder..., Moab UT, United States travel blog

OMG what a wonder...

A travel blog entry by starkwc

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Today we traveled from Denver to Moab, UT.  Not as much mileage today and I was happy.  Arrived here in Moab late afternoon and headed directly out to Arches National Park. This is the coolest place.  At first the formations were ...

Stiil Hiking and my toes hurt, Moab, United States travel blog

Stiil Hiking and my toes hurt

A travel blog entry by muggeragem

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Food, I haven't talked about food yet and it's so much a part of my vacation :) In Salt Lake City I had the Southwest equivalent of a Hawaiian pizza: the SASE was spicy and in addition to the usual ingredients, it had bell peppers and jalapeno peppers. ...

Lots of arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Lots of arches

A travel blog entry by ngraef

Utah: nature's Louvre, Moab, United States travel blog

Utah: nature's Louvre

A travel blog entry by tampagrampa

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... for its creation are an exploded salt dome or a meteor strike. I prefer the second since it is more exciting. The Canyonlands was the last place to be mapped in all the 48 states. The head of the expedition wrote " a strange, weird, grand region." I ...

Camping in a canyon, Moab, United States travel blog

Camping in a canyon

A travel blog entry by missjane75

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... an afternoon at the Delicate Arch, we decided it was too late in the day for a long drive and decided to stay in Moab another day.  We had given up our absolutely fly and apparently coveted camp site along the Colorado River and now needed to find ...

Great Basin and Massive Canyons, Moab, United States travel blog

Great Basin and Massive Canyons

A travel blog entry by cmbuchholz

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... mecha for outdoor sports.  Has rafting on the Colorado river, hiking, 4x4 adventures, sky diving, ect...  Had dinner at the Moab Brewery.  Food was really good as was the beer and it was cheap,  $3.50 a pint on a Saturday night.  ...

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