Ramada Moab Downtown
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
Travel Blogs from Moab
... We had arranged the trip with Moab Adventure Center and they picked us up at our hotel this morning. We loaded onto a bus and had about a 1.5 hour drive to the spot on the river where we would put in. The Colorado has been quite swollen lately and was so again today.
Just as we got to the river and unloaded from the bus, it started to pour. We saw this coming actually. The forecast called for a chance of rain. The temperature was also about 20 ...
... get my passport stamped, we decided to hike up in the Windows section first, since it is easiest to reach in late afternoon. We were able to find a parking spot as someone was just leaving. We hiked all around the Windows including the "primitive" trail behind the arch. Guess the wide, graveled trails might be called the "civilized" trails for city slickers. hehe. We also hiked over to Double Arch where i got a rather nice ...
... are outfitters that will take tourists 4 wheel driving out in the rugged back country, on river trips down the Colorado River, extreme mountain biking, BASE jumping, horseback riding, climbing and canyoneering, scenic flights, zip line adventures, hot air ballooning and on guided National Park tours. We opted for a scooter ride through Arches National Park.
Arches claims to have ...
... Next stop: Devils Garden at the end of the park's drive/road. We walked as far as Landscape Arch, also to Pine Tree & Tunnel Arches (about 1.5 miles. Easy hike through narrow stone 'fins'. Love the desert wildflowers, flowering cacti and gnarled, low pines.
77 degrees by end of hike but quite windy so very comfortable.
Drove out the spur road to Delicate Arch viewpoint and came across a busload of senior citizens. The drove to ...