Travel Blogs from Moab
... 75 mph.
The rest of the drive to Moab was stunning. The White River Gorge was particularly cool with red, snow covered cliffs either side of us as we followed the Colorado River snaking through the bottom. The terrain kept changing, with with everything still covered in snow, it seemed to add to the views. At some parts, the Colorado River was frozen over, and then suddenly we'd see the water rushing out from under the snow. ...
... we had to do some maneuvering….just don't look down…..I thought. I felt much better once we were down and relaxed in my seat. What a great drive, canyons, towers, basins, we drove the dirt road and enjoyed the scenery. White Crack camp ground only has one camping spot and is located out on the tip of a plateau. I great place to watch the sunset, the Needles bright red, the Maze a……well - a maze. So we drive a few hours every day, hiked and camped and ...
... The cold and snow provided a landscape that made us giddy, especially as we face the prospect of a winter without it. Dan had an awesome day of fly fishing on the Madison River, catching numerous trout, including one of the big fall run rainbows. We hiked to the brink of the Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River completely alone- not a soul around- in the snow. We observed a 25 year-old grizzly eating ...
... Tomorrow is our float trip down the Colorado. Weather turning chilly. As I told you earlier, we played hooky from the "Chuckwagon Dinner." Couldn't take the lemonade, gunfights, Indians, cowboy show, and the hokey scale when we are this close to heaven. Enjoyed appetizers, wine, and the stars in a place I thought I'd never see again. Yes, we made the right decision. ( I hope I remember to tell you about Capitol Reef and Dead Horse ...
... imaginable. We entered into nothingness! The best way to describe entering this part of Utah is to say to the right about 10-15 miles north is the sandstone mesas. These are the ones in the pictures. Then about 20 miles to south and almost out of sight are the red stone mesas. And for the 40 miles in between there is nothing but desert. And running straight down the middle as far as you can ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Westwood Guesthouse Moab
Other places to stay in Moab
815 South Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $94
- This place made our vacation enjoyable
- Loved it
- Beatiful La Quinta Inn Moab
711 S Main St, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $95
1515 Hwy 191 North, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $190
- Very Comfortable
- Best Motel on this vacation!
- Nice clean place
182 S. Main St., Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $77
16 S Main Street, Moab | 4 star hotelfrom $178
- Big Rooms!
- Good value base for Canyonlands and Arches
- Great Stay at a Reasonable Price
800 S. Main St., Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $133
105 South Main Street, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $101
- Very basic!
- One of the best place to stay
- Definitely the hotel for us.
1051 S Main, Moab | Hotelfrom $69
- Clean and Comfortable with a Nice Outdoor Pool
- Cheap and comfortable
- GREAT HOTEL IN MOAB
71 West 200 North, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $67
168 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $84
488 North Main Street, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $123
1551 North Highway 191, Moab | 2 star hotelfrom $109
- Great stay at Aarchway
- Dingy + Loud = Aarchway
- Great location,quiet setting and great room
166 South 400 East, Moab | Hotelfrom $82
Mile Post 14 Hwy 128, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $130
- Great Value
- Beautiful accomodations
- Awe struck!
100 W. 200 South, Moab | 3 star hotelfrom $123
988 North Main Street, Moab | 1 star hotelfrom $89
- Noisy bud Okay
- Very convenient and good value
- Good place to stay