Travel Blogs from Moab, United States

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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.  ...

Canyons galore, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyons galore

A travel blog entry by laura.buechel

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We left Fort Collins - and we were sad to go! We will especially miss the crossing guard, Mr. Everett Case, who was the highlight of many a day in Fort Collins! The house exchange worked beautifully, we couldn't have asked for a better experience. ...

From sunrise to sunset, Moab, United States travel blog

From sunrise to sunset

A travel blog entry by prawn0

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... for me. I slept for an hour or so and then I decided to go grab a bite to eat. I walked down the Main Street in Moab which is literally on the highway. So you can imagine what it was like trying to cross the road not at lights. Super confusing although I ...

Canyonlands, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by kwrona

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Today we made the drive from Salt Lake to southeastern utah.  It was amazing!   I can't believe how beautiful it is here; it's unreal!  We got to Arches National Park and there were no campsites so we decided to check out ...

Around Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Around Moab

A travel blog entry by zerorock

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We found two scenic routes just north of Moab, both along the Colorado River, one east and one west.  The colour of the river blends with the red rocks all around. This is a slow moving section of the river and we saw rafters drifting along, there ...

THE ANXIETY BUILDS, Moab UT, United States travel blog

THE ANXIETY BUILDS

A travel blog entry by annettekulle

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Day 2 is learning about the river, the rapids - Satan's Gut. North Sea, Big Drop 1, 2.5 and 3, Repeat Rapids, Hell's Revenge, Whale Rock, Water Hole, etc. All names that inspire confidence. We had blueberry pancakes, sausages, cantaloupe, honey dew ...

Many Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Many Arches

A travel blog entry by stuffthejubilee

Arches National Park is one of the best yet, sublime red rock arches formed by nature through water and wind. Marvelous stuff. Moab isn't too great but clearly a mecca for Mountain ...

White...uhhh Brown water rafting!, Moab, United States travel blog

White...uhhh Brown water rafting!

A travel blog entry by themap100

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... churned up making the water a perfect imitation of chocolate milk instead of a light green with 5"-8" of visibility.  We left the Moab Adventure Center an after about a 45 minute drive we got to the drop in point for a 2 hour rafting excursion! ...

Nothing Stops our Van, Moab, United States travel blog

Nothing Stops our Van

A travel blog entry by brytorlyn

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... are lit up indicating some more likely crossing areas or just routine signs.      We stop a little ways from Moab at Arby's for dinner since we know we will not be at the hotel before 9.      We arrive at ...

Canyonlands National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by svenjaundheiko

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... Gezicke vom Schalter. Noch kurz in einen kleinen Laden und ein paar Andenken gekauft. "Indianerkuchen" wie mein Mann zu sagen plegte *g*. Zum Abschluss des Tages gabs noch ein leckeres Steak und Rippchen in der Moab-Brewery.. Wow, was für ein toller Tag! ...

Reached Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Reached Moab

A travel blog entry by nvarshney

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

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by gobino

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We started the day inquiring about bike rides in the Slick Rock area of Moab. After realizing that it would not be possible for the same day (to Gal and Maiyan's delight), we continued to Arches National Park and  hiked to various arches and used our ...

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

Moab - Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by welltravelled67

Located about a two and a half hour drive away from Monument Valley is a little town in Utah called Moab. This was to be our base for one afternoon/night to visit Arches National Park. Arches is just one of the beautiful places to explore in this region ...

Off-roading in the USA., Moab, United States travel blog

Off-roading in the USA.

A travel blog entry by mrlocation

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... about with the pictures he had taken during the day. At 6pm we found ourselves at the place Joss had selected for dinner - the Moab Brewery - where we drank beer and ate hamburgers. Back at the motel we found it was only 8.30pm, but then we had ...

Arches national park... Dry,, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches national park... Dry,

A travel blog entry by ryanbrokenbrow

Stayed in the lazy lizard hostel, a log cabin which was cool, had a nice BBQ in the hot weather. Hired bikes and cycled up to the arches national park, a ride that very almost killed me ...

Moab 8.-10. August 2013, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab 8.-10. August 2013

A travel blog entry by elianegoeldi

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Am Obed mached mir üs uf de Weg de Sunneuntergang im Arches Nationalpark bim bekannte Steiboge go gnüsse. Leider hets aber so viel Wolke ka, dass d Sunne scho früener hinder de Wolke versunke isch. Mir hend üs denn bald chöne tröschte, will ...

Hotter than hot, Moab, United States travel blog

Hotter than hot

A travel blog entry by hcaccents

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... "so how do you like the RV".  Maeve immediately answered "we're getting a boat".  Question answered. We walked around Moab for a while after dinner checking out some shops and closed out the night with ice cream at the Moab Diner (the only ice ...

A little more hiking, Moab, United States travel blog

A little more hiking

A travel blog entry by hcaccents

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We got up a little early Saturday to get in some hiking around Arches National Park before the day got too hot. We got some good advice about where to hike from a ranger at the information center (including the fact that it would get really hot by ...

Sunset.  Sunrise., Moab, United States travel blog

Sunset. Sunrise.

A travel blog entry by the_stamms

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... day in the car, we opted out of the general store/grilling dinner and decided to check out a local Mexican restaurant in Moab. The waitress commented on how unseasonably busy they were given the heat and time of year, and how the international crowd was ...

Went to Moab-Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Went to Moab-Utah

A travel blog entry by clayzeimet

I got back from Utah on a Friday night at 12 PM. I also Graduated from high school that week. Don't have any digital pictures. This was a great way for me to start out my life, and it was neat being able to do some backpacking. This was the first major ...

Day of Driving, Moab, United States travel blog

Day of Driving

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze

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... on all sides. I walked in and around the structure, impressed by the damage and the art that was inside. We carried on toward Moab, checking back into the same hotel we had been in before. This time we were given a larger suite for the same price ...

Yellowstone, Grand Tetons... Moab RV Park???, Moab, United States travel blog

Yellowstone, Grand Tetons... Moab RV Park???

A travel blog entry by sara.mairs

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... , no less) were standing by barricades at the entrance to enforce the closure. And this is how we ended up spending two nights at a Moab RV park! But as you can tell from our pictures, we recovered fast, and the surprises continue. Today we hiked to the ...

Moab Rock Art, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab Rock Art

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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We were hoping that Kip would be feeling better but instead she woke up with a rash on a large part of her body....an apparent reaction to the antibiotics. Our friends left in the morning for the drive back to the Salt Lake City airport so we we had to ...

Bites and Blisters, Moab, United States travel blog

Bites and Blisters

A travel blog entry by cytravel

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Kip and I were both sidelined for the day by bites and blisters. Kip had bites all over her head from the nasty no see ums.  Her head was covered with red spots, it itched all over and her glands and lymph nodes were swollen.   It turns out ...

Ende des Sommers, Moab, United States travel blog

Ende des Sommers

A travel blog entry by olih

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... Windows Section des Nationalparks.   Der Wind hat sich mittlerweile zum Sandsturm ausgewachsen. Wir hatten erst überlegt, nördlich von Moab auf Suche nach Dinosaurier-Knochen zu gehen, aber bei dem Sturm kann man das vergessen. Also zurück in ...

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