Travel Blogs from Moab, United States

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Salt Lake City and Arches NP, Moab, United States travel blog

Salt Lake City and Arches NP

A travel blog entry by greatescape

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It's Jen again ... we slept in all the way until 7am today. amazing i know. we ate our free breakfast which had "atomic apple juice". hill named it that since it was pretty orange. we got back on the road, kathy fell asleep in the backseat as usual, and ...

Day 12; Journey to Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 12; Journey to Moab

A travel blog entry by cusan

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... passing the spot where we tried to buy gas from a deserted gas station 2 years ago. Guess what? It's now reopened! We also passed Moab airport where we had the aviation fuel that saved us on that fateful journey 2 years ago! Memories! We got to our hotel, ...

Hiked to Delicate Arch, Moab, United States travel blog

Hiked to Delicate Arch

A travel blog entry by clerum

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We hiked to the Delicate Arch. It was quite a hike with two small children, but we persisted and made it. Both kids gave a thumbs up to the Arch, So I guess it was worth it ...

Rafting the Colorado River!, Moab, United States travel blog

Rafting the Colorado River!

A travel blog entry by beaky

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... rafting that was probably a good thing. After we were finished we were picked up by the minibus and dropped back into Moab. The rest of the afternoon was spent booking accommodation and doing laundry, followed by some slobbing out watching cable tv and ...

Anasazi & Golden Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Anasazi & Golden Arches

A travel blog entry by cdcass

... is a wall full of petroglyphs and pictograms from eons past and it was very interesting.  At least briefly. Then on to Moab.  Unfortunately, Hole-in-the-Rock was closed (its a super dodgy tourist trap that we had fun with on another ...

Day 19 - Wednesday, April 16, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 19 - Wednesday, April 16

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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It was rainy early this morning, but has cleared up now. We're going to Dead Horse Point State Park http://www.utah.com/stateparks/dead_horse.htm.  It’s about 30 miles away and very close to Canyonlands.  On the drive there we stopped at ...

Overwhelmed and Over-Whelmed, Moab, United States travel blog

Overwhelmed and Over-Whelmed

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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... Green Rivers.  We had hoped to see the confluence of the two, but were told, too late, that we'd need to drive south of Moab and hike in a few miles to do that.  Next time, maybe... We stopped at the Visitors Center, primarily to make a Pit ...

Nearly grand canyon and monument valley, Moab, United States travel blog

Nearly grand canyon and monument valley

A travel blog entry by abagworth

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... ;play catch up blog. We wake to yet another thunderstorm - apparently the tale end of a hurricane on the east side of the states.An easy 200 mile journey so we have a laid back breakfast and then a briefing from Nike Sanders on the Alaska  bit ...

A day in Canyonlands, Moab, United States travel blog

A day in Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by cdrjgreen

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... arch not supported by rock.Too many people to park the coach in some spots so just stopped at view points for snaps.Back to Moab town for lunch and a walk around. Then just out of town to the Canyonlands National Park. Went to the far end to The Grand ...

Drive to Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Drive to Moab

A travel blog entry by pdhvt

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... all along it, that were quite busy because it is peak rafting time. We were aiming for camping in Arches National Park.  We stopped in Moab for ice (did we mention that the gas for the refrigerator is known to NOT work at all above 5000 feet - so we ...

Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab

A travel blog entry by greggwatts

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... Econoline." Heading out Route 6 over the Manti-La Sal National Forest, a brief stop to ogle dinosaurs in Price, and in Moab by early afternoon. After checking in at the campsite briefly, we headed over to Arches National Park. Visited several sights, ...

Heat, heat, heat, Moab, United States travel blog

Heat, heat, heat

A travel blog entry by dhjv62a

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... Canyon Lands and the Green River from another part.  Amazing how much the two rivers eroded over a couple of hundred million years. Moab cooled down pretty good the first night to about 65 degrees. After dinner at a restaurant on the side of a hill ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by clerum

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After landing later in the day at Canyonlands airport, we secured the rental car and hotel and set off to Arches National Park for the evening. Got some nice pictures. Hope you enjoy ...

Arches National Park, Moab, United States travel blog

Arches National Park

A travel blog entry by lambart

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... en balancerende rotsen. Rap even kijken, fotootje nemen en wegwezen vrees ik. Gisteren avond een collega van GM tegengekomen in Moab. Dat moet toch weer lukken hé. Voor de collega's: Het was Guy Crikemans met echtgenote. Vandaag een vermoeiende dag ...

More Canyonlands Pics, Moab UT, United States travel blog

More Canyonlands Pics

A travel blog entry by tidesinn

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I wanted to send some more pics. ...

God Does Good Work, Moab, United States travel blog

God Does Good Work

A travel blog entry by keni314

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... on the top of a cliff!!  We have, so far, had perfect weather all along the way. The view out our window in Moab is breathtaking! We have a big red rock canyon wall behind us and beautiful mountains in front of us!  My most often used phrase ...

Moab Utah Jeep Trail Ride, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab Utah Jeep Trail Ride

A travel blog entry by olsentrip08

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I decided the best way to see Moab was to rent a Jeep.  The Jeep rental place gave us some really nice trails that took us off the beaten path and to some incredible places you could only get to with someone else's 4x4.  The Jeep was new with a ...

Day 9, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 9

A travel blog entry by edtabor

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Our second day in Moab began late for two reasons. 1) We just needed the extra rest and 2) the sun needed extra time to get over the rock formations that surrounded our camp. The day's mission was simple: see as much of Arches NP, Canyonlands NP and Dead ...

River Rafting on the Colorado / Horse back riding, Moab, United States travel blog

River Rafting on the Colorado / Horse back riding

A travel blog entry by clerum

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Since we almost felt rested, we decided to wear ourselves out again. We started out with a morning river rafting ride. This was a little tame, but was fun for the first timers in our group. Lots of water fights though :-D. I don't have any 'trip' ...

Moab- Pumpkin Chuckin Festival, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab- Pumpkin Chuckin Festival

A travel blog entry by jabuofr

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I came on the right day because Moab was having there festivals of throwing pumpkins.  Thats right, people build elaborate mechanisms to see who can launch the furthest pumpkin.  This is a pretty serious event I believe the winner was at 300 ...

Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Moab

A travel blog entry by jamespatterson

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... avid reader of Edward Abbey -author, essayist and adventure enthusiast. Various of his works describe the Southwestern United States (Moab and Arches National Park in particular) as an untouched backwater wilderness waiting for those true and tough ...

Arches national park, Arches National Park, Moab , United States travel blog

Arches national park

A travel blog entry by westfalia2012

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... connoco pour prendre une douche enfin. Ensuite, nous reprenons la route et nous nous arrêtons dans un City Market dans la ville de Moab pour faire le plein de provision et nous y passerons la nuit. Que voulez-vous, ici les Wal-mart sont plus rares ...

Amperes and Arches, Moab, United States travel blog

Amperes and Arches

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo

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"Monday Morning, can't trust that day..."  But, it worthy of trust where we are.  We headed out to Mill Creek Canyon about nine-thirty or so.  When we got there, it's close, we decided to take the Right Fork and climbed to the top of the ...

Day 16 – Saturday, April 13, Moab, United States travel blog

Day 16 – Saturday, April 13

A travel blog entry by travelagain

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... 2 trailers before. On this road there is one pulling 3 trailers. It’s a sign of a good driver. We arrive in Moab to a crowded campground, the Portal RV Resort. It’s very nice with some of the spaces connected to condos. I guess people ...

ZION NATIONAL PARK - UTAH, Moab, United States travel blog

ZION NATIONAL PARK - UTAH

A travel blog entry by bucketlist5bjf

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... & then enjoyed an evening at are cabin, with fantastic views of the nights sky. (Beware - you will need bug spray).    TOTAL Days - 43 Hotels - 12 Trains - 1 Cars - 5 Cruise's - 1 Countries - 4 States - 10 Miles - 3713 Nautical Miles - 4506 ...

Arches and Canyonlands, Moab UT, United States travel blog

Arches and Canyonlands

A travel blog entry by tidesinn

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... fields. (Never did find out if this was the home of the infamous Green River murders.) We arrived at the OK RV Campground in Moab and took 4 nights instead of the 3 we had planned on and did our drive through of Arches to see a couple sites and select ...

in the desert, Moab, United States travel blog

in the desert

A travel blog entry by sianey

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... anyway on the way to moab we came across an arch called wilson and we climbed it, the views we got were really cool. we headed into moab city and set up camp we then went for a walk to delicate arch to watch the sunset, it took about an hour to walk there ...

Travel to Moab, Utah, Moab, United States travel blog

Travel to Moab, Utah

A travel blog entry by olsentrip08

We left Virgin, Utah and headed east to Moab.  The route took us across HWY 70 which was very beautiful and spectacular in areas.  The San Rafael Reef was unbelievable.  The highway goes right through the reef which is really neat.  We ...

Bryce, Capitol Reef and Moab, Moab, United States travel blog

Bryce, Capitol Reef and Moab

A travel blog entry by marshallandthom

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... we had to make a 100-mile detour because of rock slides, which took us back up on I-70 and then down into the Moab area, which is the location of the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and the Dead Horse Point State Park. For those who are following ...

Wow .... What a beautiful country, Moab, United States travel blog

Wow .... What a beautiful country

A travel blog entry by steeles-rvtrip

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... , all the boys desperate to try & crack it, without success, by throwing rocks onto it.  It was such a fun dayIn Moab the boys & some of the older children drove 2 of the rental vans up Potash road on the side of the mountain & ...

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