Travel Blogs from Moab, United States

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Dead Horse & Canyonlands National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Dead Horse & Canyonlands National Park

A travel blog entry by finnegan

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This morning, we drove to Dead Horse State Park along with our guide, Doug. This park towers 2,000 feet above the Colorado River.  It commemorates the mustang horses that were rounded up by cowboys in the 1800's; driven out to the neck of a point; ...

Moab, Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab, Utah

A travel blog entry by vriecke

 Tonight we are in Moab, Utah. The is a microbrewery with brewpub 2 blocks down, so guess where we will ...

Canyonlands - the Needles, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands - the Needles

A travel blog entry by geoffnsteph

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Friday 13th August Canyonlands NP Though Canyonlands appears as one large mass on the map, it is in fact two separate features when approached by road. From our motel to the southerly end, The Needles district, was quite a drive. (We're leaving the ...

Fisher Towers...Finally!, Moab, United States travel blog

Fisher Towers...Finally!

A travel blog entry by 78ers

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... I wanted and they said it wouldn't be a problem.     We had already been planning on going to Moab this weekend for attempt #2 to hike to Fisher Towers.  Attempt #1 was two weeks ago when we went up there (after a ...

La Sal Mountains via La Sal Loop through Castle Cr, Moab, United States travel blog

La Sal Mountains via La Sal Loop through Castle Cr

A travel blog entry by sidsnow

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Today started slow, lazy morning, I worked on bike rack for the back of RV.  Then it was off again.  Weatherman got it wrong.  He predicted high 80's, it was 103 by 3 o'clock. La Sal loop starts on the same road as our RV Park, and then ...

Day 4 - Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 4 - Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by rurucru

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... flat, open-topped riverboat and went up river.  Along the way, the tour guide spoke about the area and modern history of Moab.  Then coming down the river, they put on a lightshow on the canyon walls and went through the history of the rock ...

Day 3 - We made it!, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 3 - We made it!

A travel blog entry by rurucru

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... miles of vast open nothing (no gas stations, no houses, etc) until we finally embarked onto the last portion of our trip (Moab--30 miles off the interstate).  We found Mt. Peale Inn and have settled in for the night.  Tomorrow will most ...

Moab... Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab... Arches

A travel blog entry by paat

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Now THIS we've never done!, Moab, United States travel blog

Now THIS we've never done!

A travel blog entry by mountainwoman

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... mellow bike ride in a canyon along the Colorado River. There is an extensive and very well kept, smooth paved bike path throughout Moab. It made for a lovely 6 or so miles of close up viewing of the vast canyon walls and the quickly flowing ...

Why go to Utah?, Moab, United States travel blog

Why go to Utah?

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze

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... can't make this stuff up) that was super tasty. Good enough for me. We spent the rest of the afternoon wandering through Moab, trying to dodge the heat and the glaring sun. Unfortunately along with the over priced food, most of this little tourist town ...

Arches  National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley

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... lube place Larry talked to a guy that recommended Ence Auto Repair.   Highly recommend this place if you ever need help in Moab.  Whatever he did the leak stopped and we were good to go. What can I say about the Arches National Park, ...

Rocks and sweat, Moab, United States travel blog

Rocks and sweat

A travel blog entry by kausper

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Using Moab as our base we explored the wonderful Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. We made a pass at mountain biking with mixed results. Lesson learnt: don't bike uphill for half an hour if at 10 am it's already 30. The all you can eat pizza buffet ...

Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Utah

A travel blog entry by tchester

... to hear the organs in the tabernacle be played for a good half hour. After that, we drove further into Utah until we made it to Moab. Morgan and I went to the pool and came back and had some spaghetti for dinner. After that, we all did a little bit of ...

Mo Bap, Moab, United States travel blog

Mo Bap

A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego

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... a little joke now. Lots of driving today.  We would have to backtrack a little, past Capital Reef and stretch down to Moab.  Why the backtracking?  Well, couldn’t be avoided.  Seems that rooms book up certain days of the week at ...

Free day In Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Free day In Moab

A travel blog entry by wolters

Today we could do exactly what we wanted. Kyle, who had made bacon and eggs for breakfast came up with a folder of different activities to do in the city. Mountain biking was my 1.st priority, but as It costed 90$, I did the dull river rafting with Jade, ...

Arches to Canyons, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches to Canyons

A travel blog entry by lingchick

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We got up at the crack of dawn to hike 3 miles out to the Delicate Arch. A Ranger had given us advice to get out as early as possible before the sun got too hot and the crowds got too big so that's exactly what we did. We were doing well until we lost ...

Moab and Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab and Arches

A travel blog entry by garyfooks

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Drove up from Monument Valley via Mexican Hat to Moab. Stayed at Super 8 in Moab. Tour of Arches in the afternoon. Good light. Evening at Denny's just across the car ...

Colorado to Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Colorado to Utah

A travel blog entry by hulcher

... FREEZING!   Tomorrow we'll pack up and head to Monument Valley at the Utah/Arizona Borders. Family Folklore:  We ate at the Moab Diner and the Moab Brewery.  Walker Drug store had everything we needed from sunscreen to lunch supplies. ...

DAY ELEVEN, Moab, United States travel blog

DAY ELEVEN

A travel blog entry by buzz745

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DAY ELEVEN  May 27, 2015 From: Bryce Canyon City, UT To: Red Cliffs Lodge, Moab, UT Miles: 201 Time: 9:00am - 5:30pm Our waiter the night before told us to go see The Amphitheater with its many hoodoo's, Sunset Point, Natural Bridge, ...

River rafting & our first arch, Moab, United States travel blog

River rafting & our first arch

A travel blog entry by goweregypt

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... in the rooms saying if you don't want fresh towels leave them hanging up. Only 2 so far have followed this - here in Moab & Springdale. Everywhere else we find all new folded towels.) We met at their offices and were organised into buses depending on ...

The day of reckoning, Moab, United States travel blog

The day of reckoning

A travel blog entry by healsby

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... ride had seemed to pass. Graeme was an angel and went out to get pizzas for the group's dinner as we were all too zombified to cook. Moab was the hottest place I've ever been in my life and it was so much effort even just to move, so Laura and I called it ...

Moab 2008, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab 2008

A travel blog entry by anndain

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Twenty One - Twenty Four, Moab, United States travel blog

Twenty One - Twenty Four

A travel blog entry by meghannphillips

... update! Day 21 So, today we drove to the arches national park, it was a 4 hr drive. We are staying in a town called Moab, its just outside the arches national park. Day 22 Today we explored the arches national park. It was awesome, we got to see loads ...

Classic Western Movie Scenes, Moab, United States travel blog

Classic Western Movie Scenes

A travel blog entry by goweregypt

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... Sattler's advice and went past the usual turnoff to Moab and took the UT-128 which follows the Colorado River heading west into Moab. It was truly magnificent. The towering red cliffs on the edge of the meandering river, which was very brown after the ...

Canyonlands - The Needles, Moab, United States travel blog

Canyonlands - The Needles

A travel blog entry by zerorock

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... and back-country hiking are all popular.  We were more than satisfied with the photo opportunities.  Later checked into Moab which has a great feel.  It is a mecca for rafting on the Colorado River, cycling, rock climbing, off-road ...

Canylonlands - Island in the Sky, Moab, United States travel blog

Canylonlands - Island in the Sky

A travel blog entry by ranlo

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Scenic Drive up Hwy 313 Great scenery. The Viewpoints have placards explaining the rock coloration throughout the area and the various landmarks. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CANYONLANDS NATIONAL ...

Why go to Mars when you can go to Utah?, Moab, United States travel blog

Why go to Mars when you can go to Utah?

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost

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... who had pottery and jewelry on display on the sidewalk.  I guess that’s what they do here.  I eventually arrived in Moab, Utah.  It’s a great little town.  I had to pass the entrance to Arches National Park to get into town ...

Rocks to drive on and walk thru: Hummer and Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Rocks to drive on and walk thru: Hummer and Arches

A travel blog entry by mcgradyemily

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... to someone.  It turns out that it was a biker who had hurt him/herself on Slickrock Bike Path, a very popular one in Moab.  We saw them looking over the incident and then later met up with them carrying the injured person on a stretcher out of ...

Parquisa total...., Moab, United States travel blog

Parquisa total....

A travel blog entry by eliafrosamurai

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... libre por siempre.  Nos tomamos muchas fotos, pareciamos ninos jugando de Disneylandia natural. Sobra decir que llegamos a Moab, muy emocionados y esperando ansiosamente ir a Arches National Park para seguir con las bendiciones mas locas que la ...

Mt Tukuhnikivatz, Moab, United States travel blog

Mt Tukuhnikivatz

A travel blog entry by 78ers

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  Ever since we moved here Silas has been wanting to climb Mt. Tukuhnikivatz in the La Sals near Moab.  We wanted to last summer, but the weather on the weekends didn't cooperate, so we missed our window for the year, but Silas mentioned it ...

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