Motel 6 Moab
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- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... all for sale from operators up and down Main Street. In the 1950s Moab became one of the wealthiest communities in America thanks to major finds of uranium deposits. As the uranium market starting to decline in the 1970s it was tourism that kept the town going. The Arches National Park entrance is just 5 miles away, Canyonlands National Park just 25 miles away and Dead Horse Point State Park about 20 miles away.
Our first task on arriving was to find somewhere ...
We woke up around 7am, packed the tent up, ate breakfast and began our drive to Utah by 8am. We knew we had a long drive so the quicker we got going the better. We stopped at McDonalds and ordered our usual 2x large black coffees, used the WIFI to map our way to Utah and off we went. First few hours go by before we stop for gas, the weather was on and off rain and sunshine and the drive out was quite scenic and beautiful.
Aaron and I were beginning to struggle as we had ...
... we started at 8am through an area called Devils Garden and it wasn't called that for nothing! Most of the time we were literally rock climbing and walking along precarious edges and with the ever increasing heat this was probably our most challenging hike for a long time! After we had completed the hike we left the park to hibernate in a cool café during the heat of ...
... with a fear of heights to pass. Casey hugs the side of the cliff and leads the way.
What we both found very interesting was the number of Asian women emerging from giant tour busses and carrying umbrellas up the trail. Additionally, some were wrapped head-to toe in light fabric of one sort or another. I found it a bit comical to see some of these women dress in their finery with umbrellas on this rocky, high desert trail. Casey even spotted one woman ...
... staying pretty much layered up for most of it — we actually biked into the national forest on dirt roads, giving ourselves a break from cycling on pavement, however without mountain bikes. Actually, everyone commented how great the bikes performed — and thanks to our great instructors/bike techs Steve and Drew who took such good care of us and the equipment all week! We enjoyed a picnic lunch at Pack Creek Picnic Area in ...