Moab Valley Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... ok and we were both extremely happy to see the car! Later saw this walk was in the section of most difficult walks in the park.... Didn't quite know what we were getting into! Facebook post after walk: Just completed the scariest, hardest walk / hike of our Iives in Arches National Park! The walk to Delicate Arch was only a 3 mile / 5km round trip but quite steep. The scary part was the last 200 metres which was basically an ice ledge on the edge of the mountain. ...
... course we were up for that! Well it was steep, hot and high! We took it slowly, well Monica might question that description!, but we made it and was it worth the effort? Absolutely. We sat and ate lunch whilst being entertained by the antics of our fellow walkers as they were photographed in front,alongside the Arch. Some crazy Japanese lads were jumping into mid air despite the vertical drops to the Canyon below. It was quite illuminating to see the cross section of ...
... We ended up camping right there in front of the “no camping” sign haha. Options were limited, and sleeping outside was a must since it was a crystal clear night. The stars that cover the sky are my absolute favorite thing about being out here. We saw a number of shooting stars and laughed and danced around in the night. We woke to hikers coming into the parking lot to do a sunrise hike haha. You have to do what you have to do when you're out on ...
... onto the point. The neck, which is only 30 yards wide, was then fenced off with branches and brush, creating a natural corral, surrounded by precipitous cliffs. Cowboys then chose the horses they wanted, and for reasons unknown, left the other horses corralled on the waterless point where they died of thirst within view of the Colorado River, 2,000 feet below. Sad story, to say the least, ...
... and then we saw the most exciting wildlife of the trip. Jen hit the brakes as we saw a large bird of prey feeding on carrion in the middle of the road. As we neared the bird, it was completely unfazed by our presence, and simply carried on devouring. After a few seconds, it rose from the road and swooped away across the fields. Its size and colouring could mean only one thing. We had just witnessed the feeding and take-off of a Golden Eagle. We were ...