Ramada Moab Downtown
Travel Blogs from Moab
... all part of the adventure.
We are staying in a really cool western lodge along the banks of the Colorado River tonight and tomorrow. It felt great to get a shower since we have been bathing in the frigid river for the last 3 nights, and using a flushing toilet.
Horseback riding tomorrow morning and Hummer trek tomorrow evening. ...
... easy descent through forest to exit the Dixie NF.
Got to SB-12 and turned and drove to Boulder but we didn't stop, taking the Burr Trail Rd straight away. Cruised along that for a few mile and stopped at the parking area just off the main road near Sugarloaf - a few vehicles were camped here and it makes an easy spot just off the road for an O/N stop. Further along the road we checked out the Deer Creek camping Area which was small ...
... night, but by midnight, Ben gave up and headed back to the van, a frustrating 7 miles sans headlamp as he forgot it at the van. At least we had plenty of new stories to tell each other the next day!
The weather was finally improving, but our time at the Creek ...
... The colors and views were gorgeous, and the arches did not disappoint either. The view coming out of the Devil’s Garden hike looking back to the valley with snow-capped mountain ranges beyond is one of the greatest sights I have seen so far on this trip. After Devil’s Garden, we were pretty exhausted but knew we had to hike to Delicate Arch, the most famous arch in the park and exactly what comes to mind when you ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility