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Our Facility and Events Promoter can assist you with locating venues, facilities, and associated tourist related services for special events, meetings, retreats, weddings, reunions, sporting events, festivals, shows and much more.

Michele Hill
Facility and Events Promoter
(435) 259-1340
events@discovermoab.com

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A collection of high resolution photographs is available for download.  These photographs are for use in non-commercial applications, such as news and magazine articles relating to the Moab area.
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Press Releases

Moab Activities

Moab, Utah located in southeastern Utah has become a mecca for the adventurous spirit. Moab is the gateway to two of Utah’s five National Parks, a State Park and a hub for attractions and activities in Southeastern Utah. Moab is the perfect year-round destination in the State of Utah. Its weather is conducive to travel any season, with mild winters, cool springs and falls and warm summers.
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Moab: Historical

Moab, Utah, located in southeastern Utah has become a mecca for the adventurous spirit. Moab was first settled in 1855 by Mormons who quickly abandoned their remote outpost because they were frightened of the area’s Native American population. It was resettled in 1876. Since that time, the city and its people have carved an existence as changing as the eroded desert around it. Moab has served as a river-irrigated fruit growing center, a dock for ill-fated steam powered paddle boats on the Colorado River, and in the 1950’s, a uranium boom town. In the 1980’s the uranium market fell and Moab was forced to look to other means of economic income. A few of the locals decided to build a bicycle shop, rent bicycles, and offer guided tours. (After all, the outside is beautiful).
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Moab: Past and Present

Moab, Utah nestled in the red rocks of Canyonlands Country is Utah’s Adventure Capitol. The scenery, the surroundings, the activities, the history – it is all inviting, and calling you to come see it!!!

Moab was first settled in 1855 by Mormons who quickly abandoned their remote outpost because they were frightened of the area’s Native American population. It was resettled in 1876. Since that time, the city and its people have carved an existence as changing as the eroded desert around it. Today the primary industry is tourism. The town, beautifully set near the banks of the Colorado River, is the jumping off point for recreational adventures of every kind.
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Moab's Winter Activities

Moab, Utah has a little secret.  Known for its beautiful scenery, proximity to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, and outdoor recreational opportunities, Moab has been the destination of choice for spring, summer and fall adventure.  Few however, have experienced Moab’s beauty as a scenic winter wonderland and playland for winter sports enthusiasts.

Located within the Manti La Sal National Forest, 24 miles from Moab, the La Sal Mountains offer miles of trails and unlimited backcountry skiing terrain, as well as sledding, snowshoe and snowmobiling. The groomed trails pass by several meadows, some steep enough for telemarking, and lead to high terrain where experienced backcountry explorers and mountaineers can find long descents equal to any in Utah!
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