Castillo De Las Rocas
TripAdvisor Reviews Castillo De Las Rocas Moab
Travel Blogs from Moab
... did was drive up a high, steep narrow rock. Our driver Carla from Chile was exceptional and she explained that these Hummers are the same as those built for the army - just painted bright red. We drove up (and down) ever steeper rocks, skidded through sandpits, saw dinosaur footprints (yes really), incredible views and another stunning sunset. Our photos won't do it justice - Once I'd removed my hands from my eyes both the thrill of the driving ...
... get over. It really hasn't been that bad for a gas motor home. Once over the hump, we notice a change of landscape. The desert look and wide foothills are sure a change from the mountains and cliffs. We stop at one of the viewpoints for lunch and remember stopping at the same one in 2012 on our way back from Alaska. Hasn't changed much.
The foothills in this area are awesome and cars look like specks. I have a video that has a ...
... for just two more hours, we found ourselves back in the iron-soaked rock of Arches National Park. We drove along steep, narrow roads and turned off towards the scenic rest point at Spotted Wolf Canyon. This was a stunning vista which encompassed red-rimmed mountains on two sides, pine trees springing out of the rock and, snaking down the middle, a winding road that seemed to stretch right over the horizon. We waited here for a while, taking in the ...
... on towards Moab. The drive wasn’t as scenic as I had expected it to be, it wasn’t until we approached Canyonlands National Park that it started to entertain.
It was early afternoon when we arrived at the motel, we checked in, dropped off our bags, grabbed some coffee from the lobby and went to look for the Moab Rock Shop. According to google maps it was just over 200 feet away and we should be able to get there with a short walk.
... 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 if we were half or full day (we are half). Donned our very attractive life jackets, left our car keys at the office (so they didn't end up in the river) and boarded the buses for the 3/4 hour drive to the 'put-in' site at ...
Other places to stay in Moab
815 South Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $190
- This place made our vacation enjoyable
- Loved it
- Beatiful La Quinta Inn Moab
711 S Main St, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $125
1515 Hwy 191 North, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $194
- Very Comfortable
- Best Motel on this vacation!
- Nice clean place
182 S. Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $168
16 S Main Street, Moab | 4 star hotelfrom $215
- Big Rooms!
- Good value base for Canyonlands and Arches
- Great Stay at a Reasonable Price
800 S. Main St., Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $145
105 South Main Street, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $186
- Very basic!
- One of the best place to stay
- Definitely the hotel for us.
1051 S Main, Moab | Hotelfrom $127
- Clean and Comfortable with a Nice Outdoor Pool
- Cheap and comfortable
- GREAT HOTEL IN MOAB
71 West 200 North, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $100
168 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $134
488 North Main Street, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $213
1551 North Highway 191, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $150
- Great stay at Aarchway
- Dingy + Loud = Aarchway
- Great location,quiet setting and great room
166 South 400 East, Moab | Hotelfrom $88
Mile Post 14 Hwy 128, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $262
- Great Value
- Beautiful accomodations
- Awe struck!
100 W. 200 South, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $190
988 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $94
- Noisy bud Okay
- Very convenient and good value
- Good place to stay
81 East 100 South, Moab | Hotelfrom $40