Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
Travel Blogs from Moab
... That bolder up there looks a bit loose. Later I learn that in 1991, a rock slab 60 feet long and 11 feet wide and 4 feet thick fell from the underside of Landscape Arch leaving behind an even thinner ribbon of rock. That would damage a set of truck keys!
Our next hike is another Strenuous trail to Devil’s Garden. We elect not to hike the full 7.2 miles of the trail, but cut out the last leg and complete the 5 mile portion instead. The two main ...
... over the past few days started to make a little bit of sense of me! Our dinner that evening was at our favorite Moab Brewery, where we all once again picked from a casual and diverse menu of local favorites. I enjoyed another sound night of sleep leading up to tomorrow's highlight — which would be the Arches National Park. Finally we will get to see the most photographed arch in the region — Delicate Arch!
The next morning I headed towards Arches National Park in Utah and as usual chose an off highway route. The route followed the Colorado River which was much wider now from the small river I had seen in the mountains. It cut through sandstone formations all along the route and I took lots of pictures of the many beautiful formations. So grateful for choosing that path. I came out at the bottom of the Arches park and headed into ...
... Also in same resort is Castle Creek Winery - we had free samples & bought bottle of Cab Sav. Sadly, due to Utah liquor laws, there was no buying a glass to enjoy on the deck overlooking the river. (they sold no food there).
Continued down 128 past Fisher Towers, turned around & drove up dirt (dry!) road to base of Fisher Towers. Very scenic drive. Dinner was cheese, crackers, apples - back at the motel.