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(435) 259-1340

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moab utah golf course
The Moab Utah golf course is one of the most visually appealing in the state with its contrast of smooth, bright greens set amid rough, eroded red cliffs and boulders. The public course has 18 holes and a par of 72. It is open seven days a week, year-round. It has a pro shop, a driving range, and a snack bar open for breakfast and lunch. Cart rentals and lessons are available.

Utah Rafting

Utah rafting
Moab has an abundance of river recreation opportunities available to suit any taste. While the area is known for its family oriented scenic splash rafting on the Fisher Towers section of the Colorado River, there are several wilder single and multi-day Utah rafing trips available. Additionally, canoes and kayaks are the perfect way to explore the calm water segments of the Colorado. Individuals or groups may raft the river on their own or with a professional river outfitter.

Horseback RidinG Utah

horseback riding utah
For a truly authentic Western experience, nothing beats touring Moab's western landscape from atop a horse. From early settlers to John Wayne himself, there is no better way to experience the Wild West than horseback riding Utah.


Outdoor Pursuits
Hikers can choose from a wide variety of trails to match any experience level. From short ten minute walks leading right up to many of the largest Arches in Arches National Park, to multi-day backpacking trips into the remote backcountry of Canyonlands National Park, the Moab area has trails for your outdoor pursuits.

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Arches National Park
A red rock wonderland containing some of the most scenic and inspiring landscapes on Earth, Arches National Park contains the world's largest concentration of natural sandstone arches. Although over 2,000 arches are located within the park's 76,519 acres, this Utah park also contains an astounding variety of other geological formations. Colossal sandstone fins, massive balanced rocks, soaring pinnacles and spires dwarf visitors as they explore the park's viewpoints and hiking trails.A paved scenic drive takes visitors to many of the major viewpoints within the park. Popular activities include auto touring, hiking, photography, and biking. Arches contains a 52 site campground. Arches National Park Utah
Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands is the largest Utah park, and its diversity staggers the imagination. It is divided into three districts by the Green and Colorado Rivers - the Island in the Sky, the Needles and the Maze. Named for their most prominent geologic characteristics, these districts are quite varied in what they have to offer. The Island in the Sky District, located 35 miles from Moab, sits atop a massive 1500 foot mesa and is quite literally an Island in the Sky. 20 miles of paved roads lead to many of the most spectacular views in Canyon Country. From these lofty viewpoints visitors can see nearly 100 miles in any given direction, resulting in panoramic views that encompass thousands of square miles of canyon country. Take a short day-hike or spend a relaxing late afternoon enjoying the sunset. The Island in the Sky features a 12 site campground. Canyonlands National Park
Dead Horse Point State Park
Dead Horse Point is arguably the most spectacular Utah park. Towering 2,000 feet above the Colorado River, the park provides a breathtaking panorama of Canyonlands' sculptured pinnacles and buttes. Enjoy clear desert skies creating landscape visibility spanning 80 to 100 miles across mind boggling expanses. There is a visitor center at the park with interpretive exhibits, modern rest rooms, meeting room, a trail tracing the escarpment to the actual site for this park’s namesake, and a 21 unit campground. The Intrepid Trail system opened 2009. This Utah park sports Moab's only single track, non-motorized mountain bike trail. Enjoy the scenery of the Great Pyramid Loop (4.8 miles) or the Big Chief Loop (10 miles). Created with the beginner biker in mind. Dead Horse Point State Utah Park
La Sal Mountains
Just 20 miles south of Moab is the La Sal Mountains, which are part of Manti-La Sal National Forest. The second highest mountain range in Utah, the La Sals attain heights of nearly 13,000 feet, adding climatic and scenic contrast to the red rock landscape below. Spring brings spectacular wildflowers to the cool forest. In the middle of summer the higher elevations afford a cool respite from the warmer temperatures below. Fall is colorful with brilliant golden aspen leaves interspersed with dark evergreens. Winter brings solitude, snow fall and winter sports. La Sal Mountains
Slickrock Bike Trail
The Slickrock Bike Trail has become very popular in recent years, and is known worldwide. The trail head is located in the center of the mountain bike mecca of Moab. The loop is 10.3 miles of wild ride with the route marked by slashes of paint on raw rock. First-timers should try the 1.7-mile practice loop - a good ride in its own right. The Slickrock Bike Trail is physically and technically challenging, but the giant vistas and the thrill of the ride are worth the effort. The BLM publishes a trail guide and administers the land. A day-use fee is charged for the Sand Flats Area where the trail is located. Slickrock Bike Trail
Colorado Riverway
Utah’s Colorado Riverway is a scenic wonderland of colorful cliffs, river-carved canyons, lush riverside habitat and massive sandstone formations. The Colorado Riverway includes the public lands along Scenic Byways 128 and 279, and along Kane Creek Road. Activities include hiking, rafting, jet boating, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, sightseeing and camping. Well preserved panels of ancient rock art line the Riverway and provide insight into the ancient cultures that once populated this area. Tourism Attraction