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815 South Main St., Moab, United States
711 S Main St, Moab, United States
1515 Hwy 191 North, Moab, United States
182 South Main Street, Moab, United States
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... was a beautiful rainbow set across all the red mountains around us. It was a wonderful welcome! Moab was a great town catering to all the outdoor enthusiasts visiting Arches National Park which was only 5 minutes away and ...
We made good time to nearby Moab and into canyon country. For a time, this was famous for a profitable export - Uranium, but now it is the adventures within the Colorado plateau that draw travelers here. Unfortunately for us, this was also the ...
... a pasta dinner, a (much needed) shower, and said our goodbyes to Dave & June. Our plan was to drive straight through to Moab, but since we didn't leave Boulder till 8pm we decided to spend the night in Rifle, Co. Upon arriving at the campground, I ...
... the night. The only thing of note was the border crossing. During my travels this past summer I crossed from Canada into the United States on four separate occasions. On each I was asked about what kind of food-stuffs I was bringing into the country. ...
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Moab, Utah, United States
Join us for outstanding mountain bike trips in Moab, Canyonlands National Park, on the famous Kokopelli Trail and the Grand Canyon's North Rim. We offer Multi-Day Mountain Biking/Camping Tours, Inn Style Vacations, Private Guided Day Rides, and Skills Clinics. We have itineraries for all levels; first time mountain bikers to seasoned adventurers with excellent fitness. You'll be inspired and rewarded on a trip with Magpie Cycling Adventures. Ride bikes and have fun!!!
SR 313, Moab, Utah, United States
Long Canyon Road, Moab, Utah, United States
This spectacular bicycle trail follows the Colorado River.
Sand Flats Recreation Area, Moab, Utah, United States
A nine-mile, world-reknowned mountain biking trail that attracts 110,000 people per year.