Silver Sage Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Sage Inn Moab
Right on Main St but if you get a back room it's very quiet. Clean compact rooms. Good air con. Wifi.
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... is more hiking to it… there is definitely no way they marked this out right as 2.4km. We finally get to the Arch and it is well worth it. Amazing that something like this exists from all the weather conditions eroding away the rock. There are so many people up there, who must have hiked up with camping chairs and an eski with food, as they were all obviously waiting for a sunset viewing also.
We wait around for half an hour and laugh at all the people ...
... flying overhead but weren't quick enough to capture them on camera.
The amazing thing about this General Store (aside from its age, dating back to the late 1800's) was that it was featured in the film 'Thelma and Louise'! In fact in its day it has featured in many films but that being the most notable.
Sadly the store is now closed and up for ...
... the Arches in the park. The “flight of sakes” also helped end a perfect day. Looking for a special gift for Casey? Get her the Moonstone Asian Pear Sake.
We spend our last full day relaxing in the RV letting our muscles recover and watching the storm clouds come and go. I hope you enjoy the photographs and that you too (wink) will enjoy the short video.
Enjoy the Ride – and when driving your OHV off road, always wear your protective gear!
... Utah. Unfortunately before we left Louisiana we attached a grossly heavy and unruly trailer, so we passed on La Sal and continued further up the road through Spanish Valley and eventually to Moab.
Moab is amazing! It's a recreation lovers dream come true. The city sits on a canyon floor, wedged in a narrow valley between Canyonlands and Arches National Parks, where the Colorado River escapes the elevated plateaus and ...
... were preparing for our first 25-mile day trek through the amazing Canyonlands National Park.
We headed out with two vans, one pulling a trailer with all our bikes for a one hour drive to the park. Along the way, we stopped to learn a little bit about out the petroglyphs (rock art features created by ancient Native Americans) that are abundant in this area. Our leader, Bill Bertschy, also head of Mountain and Plains ...