Motel 6 Moab
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Moab
... On the way out of the park, we stop at several overlooks and pull offs and take in the amazing scenery and hiking a little. Near the exit is a 4WD road called Shafer Trail. I had considered driving a portion of it as our last jaunt of the day. At the Shafer Trail Overlook we can see the road. Casey decides that we will NOT be driving down this road. Ummm. Probably a good call.
The next day we rise early (kind of) and head into Arches National Park. This ...
There is something liberating about driving in America.
The scenery changed again as we approached Utah, and the roads improved also. It is so hard to believe we were traversing snow only 2 days prior and now the landscape has changed so vastly. It is clear that the canyon land spreads so wide spanning at least 4 states.
We drove towards to the Utah border and stopped ...
... this Park Avenue. Instead it is a wide wash ...
... to Moab a few years ago and they thought the girls would love it - we decided a great way to spend time together outdoor would be a Road Scholar biking program in Utah! Way to go Mom!
We arrived into Salt Lake City the night before program, staying at an airport hotel — I suggested coming in the day before. This allowed us to rest and prepare for our “moderately challenging” ...
... salt, rock. Of course its only a theory thats millions of year in the making. We drove into Canyonlands National Park and again was able to view many rock formations along the way. It turns out that Spring and Fall are the busy times to be here so there wasn't any space in any of the parks. We got a space in Moab instead. Tomorrow we will head towards ...