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... d just bought . In the evening we made burgers and packed them to take with us on another hike, to see the sunset at Delicate Arch. It took almost an hour to walk there from the carpark and it was all uphill, mostly over rock. It reminded me of Mt Lindsay. Once we got there it was worth it though, the arch is really cool and the colours changed as the sun got lower. There were so many people there and everyone wanted their photo taken in the arch. The walk back was ...
... side by sides, dune buggys etc. ride down the main street. Very cool. Heading back out of town we located what we thought was a vacant tent site at some roadside public camping, set up camp, only to find a few hours later it was already claimed by some less than friendly Floridiots. We packed the bike back up and rode into the night, back toward Moab. Would've been a beautiful ride if not under ...
... the Canyonlands National Park. Went to the far end to The Grand view Point Overlook. Wow this is huge and no photo could show the scale of this trench in depth and colors. The rock formations of cliffs and canyons just continued as we traveled at about 7000 ft altitude.Back to Dead Horse Point Lookout and again absolutely huge with Blue Potash ponds breaking up the color scheme.Mid afternoon back to our Red cliffs Resort where Russell dropped into the pool for a refreshing swim prior to ...
... Ranger told us it is very different from Arches but equally as wonderful. We saw only one of the three sections, called 'Islands in the Sky'. There are multiple mesas that tower over the canyon, and then there is the canyon within the canyon which you can see in one of the photos. The road takes you to the top and edges of one of these "Islands in the Sky". The Mesa Arch is ...
... br> The next day Ben and Anna went on a float trip down the Colorado River. Keller and I decided to stay and explore town, so we started our morning off at the delicious Eklecticafe. Since Moab is so dog friendly, Kohli joined us of course. After breakfast we strolled around town, did some shopping, and walked Kohli along the Moab Creek. To escape the Moab heat, Keller and I decided to randomly check out the Moab Recreational and Aquatic ...
Other places to stay in Moab
815 South Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $190
- This place made our vacation enjoyable
- Loved it
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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 South Main Street, 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