Fandango Guesthouse

46 S 200 E, Moab, Utah, 84532, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Moab

Canyonlands National park, Island in the sky

A travel blog entry by sidsnow


  • We started the day early to beat the heat. Took the back way into the park on Shafer Trail. It is a dirt road that climbs up the side of the mesa. Here is a link to a great video of the trail rs6Q. It took about 2 hours to drive the 30 miles into the park ...

Looking for Arches

A travel blog entry by wright2


... to the public; however, those that we were able to see were fantastic. We drove the entire length of the park road, stopping at all but a few of the overlooks and we took several hikes varying in length of up to .75 miles one way to an arch or to a spectacular view of an arch. One surprising feature at several points in the park is the volume of dark red sand, over millions of years the rain and wind have ...

Full day in Moab

A travel blog entry by alandliz


... easy" part ends and the "moderate" begins - OMG - the trails is on rock face, straight up, and by my eyeballs, a long way up. My status as mountain goat comes quickly to an end as I decide this is just too difficult; if I managed to get up this rock, how on earth would I get down? We return along the easy trail and take a couple of detours to other viewpoints. By late morning we are back in Moab, shopping. We spend a little time by the pool in ...

Mountain Biking, Canyons and Arches

A travel blog entry by josh_manning

... both were along the cliffs edge, with the top cliff being about 1000ft and the lower cliff being 200ft into the Colorado River, it was definitely death to the right in some places. The biking also included a lot of drops, although I avoided the huge ones, I hit most of them which I’d never done before. I felt like my ability had skyrocketed over the day and I would definitely recommend it. After finishing theres a five mile cycle back to town, where we then went for ...

From sunrise to sunset

A travel blog entry by prawn0


... off at a rock formation called balanced rock which literally looks like a rock balancing on top of a pillar. By this time though I was fairly exhausted so I wasn't super interested, but it was still quite amazing to see. After the hike we went back to the campsite and it was nap time 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 ...


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