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Moab, Utah

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5.0 / 5.0
 
There is more to Moab than mountain biking. This small town in the heart of Canyon Country boasts a nearly endless offering of outdoor activities. And it is a convenient base for families touring Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park and the La Sal Mountains as well as those exploring the Colorado and Green Rivers and Native American Rock Art Sites. Yet you need not be an outdoor enthusiast to enjoy nature's answer to Disneyland. The area's red rock cliffs, stunning rock formations, roaring rivers and high ... Read Moredesert are as fun to view as they are to explore. Just ask the moviemakers!
Dead Horse State Park, Utah

Dead Horse State Park, Utah

Alfredo De Simone

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Alfredo De Simone

Colorado River Rafting

Colorado River Rafting

Alfredo De Simone

Arches National Park, Utah

Arches National Park, Utah

Flavia Righetti

Moab reviews
 

Hardly a sleepy town

Rating: 
5.0 / 5.0
Submitted on 02 October 2008 by snowedunder from Monza, Italy

Moab was the first stop in our circle tour of southeast Utah and western Colorado and it was a perfect place to start our 2-week adventure. Canyonlands has to be seen to be believed. The views at Dead Horse State Park outshine even the Grand Canyon. Arches National Park is in a league of its own. Both my 8-year old daughter and 18-year-old niece were in awe for 3 entire days. But of all the things we did in Moab three stand out for both kids: the ranger-guided Fiery Furnace hike at Arches National Park, rafting on the Colorado River and navigating Hell's Revenge on a hummer tour with Moab Adventure Center. All 3 were simply wild.

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