Moab Valley Inn
Travel Blogs from Moab
... off of the Hermit trail approx 4 weeks ago that had been missing since 2010. That means when Linda and I hiked a portion of the Hermit in 2012 we may have passed a body that had fallen somewhere in the concealed cliffs and rocky areas of the Hermit. Kind of weird to think about.Soon the Rodeo is taking us to a well deserved shower. Now a shower after 4 days in the Grand Canyon would be worth at least $ 50 to each of us but a couple ...
... recent Green Tortoise rock climbing experiences are certainly coming in handy! After many photos we climbed down and made our way back to the bus to prepare for our next journey. We then drove to Park Avenue, and hiked through the beautiful canyon filled with towers and red rock monuments with sheer cliffs. We later continued our drive towards the Colorado River, stopping briefly at a rock with some Indian Writing. We soon arrived at a campsite beside ...
... our spray bottle, AC was another lifesaver, and the cold water and ice machine at McDonald’s. We went to McDonald’s several times each day to fill up our many water bottles, charge cell phone, computer, and camera batteries, and yes, to eat. It was also a place with running water, where we could brush teeth, wash hands and faces—I even washed my hair in the bathroom sink twice during our stay! It was awesome to be able to ...
... older couple doing a similar cross country trip!
After I finally got settled I walked around downtown Moab...lots of art galleries, southwestern shops and restaurants. I couldn't resist a pair of purple leather sandals with an indian style look. It was around 100 degrees so most of the stores let you bring in your dog! But there were a few grouchy looks from the older owners.
On my way to dinner I discovered the Museum of Moab. ...
... with I-70. We jump on the Interstate for 33 miles, crossing the Green River, as well as its namesake city, Green River. The Green River is a tributary of the Colorado River. And, as a musical aside – "Green River" is yet another John Fogerty song, originally released in 1969. Fogerty’s Green River was in California, and its real name was Putah Creek. Need another musical interlude? Click here to visit the Green ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center