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Michele Hill
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(435) 259-1340
events@discovermoab.com

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(435) 259-1340
events@discovermoab.com

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Press Releases

  • Moab's Unique Dining
    Moab’s diverse cuisine will please any palate, from regional southwestern fare to world-class gourmet restaurants with incredible views.
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  • Adventure Playground
    Moab is where adventure begins and a nature provides the playground. Home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, the Colorado River and LaSal Mountains, you will enjoy spectacular scenery no matter which activity you choose.
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  • Best Town in Small America
    Moab, Utah is definitely the best small town in America; just ask any mountain biker, river runner, hiker, climber, four-wheeler…well, actually anyone. Moab has something for everyone, old or young, family or solo, soul-soothing or exhilarating, and that will fit into any budget, whether you like to rough it or be pampered.
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  • Moab is the Hot Spot for a Cool Summer Vacation
    When Mother Nature turns up the thermostat during the summer months, you can beat the heat and the crowds, and enjoy many “cool” adventures in Moab.
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  • Fall Or Winter, Moab Utah is RVing at its Best
    Don’t winterize that RV too soon as Moab’s mild climate provides perfect camping conditions through the late fall and early winter seasons. In fact, with the kids in school, this is a great time for a couple’s getaway.
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  • Fall or Winter, Moab Utah is at its Best
    Moab, Utah, with its amazing diversity, will satisfy both your cravings. Enjoy delicious dinners prepared by skilled chefs, cook over an open campfire, or whip up your favorite meals in the comfort of your RV. Taste the wine at one of Moab’s two wineries or sample the local ale at one of two breweries. Visit one of Moab’s museums, take a self-guided tour of the Indian rock art or shoot a few holes at the Moab Golf Course, a lush green oasis situated amid rough, eroded, red cliffs and boulders, making it one of the most visually appealing courses in the state.
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  • Moab is the Hot Spot for a Cool Summer Vacation
    When Mother Nature turns up the thermostat during the summer months, you can beat the heat and the crowds, and enjoy many “cool” adventures in Moab.
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  • Make Moab your Meeting & Convention Destination
    Located in southeastern Utah, along the banks of the Colorado River between towering red sandstone cliffs, Moab is home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, Fisher Towers Recreation Area, the Colorado River and the beautiful La Sal Mountains.
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  • Nature’s Classroom
    Moab, Utah, nestled along the banks of the Colorado River between towering red sandstone cliffs, offers an amazing hands-on educational experience in Geology, Ecology, Biology and History for young and old alike. Imagine magnificent canyon walls, sandstone arches, and a clear desert sky creating your classroom as you study the area’s unique geology, Indian cultures and the prehistoric era of dinosaurs. Add to this an amazing outdoor playground, offering adventures in hiking, backpacking, photography, four wheel driving , rock climbing, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, and horseback riding, and Moab is a perfect education/vacation destination.
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  • Picture Perfect Playground
    Spring has sprung and the adventures begun in beautiful Moab, Utah. Home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park, the Colorado River and La Sal Mountains, you will enjoy spectacular scenery no matter which activity you choose.
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  • Moab Utah: A Recreational Wonderland
    Got toys? Then plan a play date in the outdoor wonderland of Moab Utah, gateway to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks (two of Utah’s five National Parks), Dead Horse Point State Park, the Colorado River and the beautiful La Sal Mountains.
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  • River Activities
    Southeastern Utah is blessed with an abundance of river recreation opportunities. Although the world famous Colorado River often conjures images of wild, churning rapids and heart-stopping near capsizes, the rivers of the Moab area have a softer side as well. For miles at a time they are simply wide, quiet streams that, on clear days, reflect a mosaic of rock cliffs and sky. Calm water float trips in canoes, kayaks and rafts are available.
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  • Come to Moab for a Romantic Getaway
    Late fall/early spring is a great time to visit Moab with less crowds making it more intimate and off-season rates making even the most luxurious golf course condo or riverside resort very affordable. The diverse terrain in makes it possible for sweethearts to spend the morning hiking, the afternoon cross-country skiing and the evening enjoying a cozy dinner in a gourmet restaurant. They can stay in a condo on the golf course or at a riverside resort and spa. The combinations are limitless.
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  • Moab, Utah…Get more for Less!
    Moab, Utah is your destination if you are looking for a great vacation value. For just $10.00, visitors can explore Canyonlands or Arches National parks for Seven Days, or for $25.00 have unlimited access to these parks, as well as Hovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monuments for an entire year. For the venturous, public campgrounds are available for a small fee or primitive camping can be done in many areas at no cost. For those preferring a roof over their head, Moab has a large variety of lodging properties to choose from, ranging from hostels to resorts.
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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.
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  • Moab: For Meetings and Events - 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 to Mix Business with Pleasure. Add this desirable incentive to reward your colleagues, board or association members for remaining productive during this economic downturn.
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  • Moab: For Meetings and Events - 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, an agreeable escape from more northerly winter climes and a great off-season bargain for meeting and conference planners.
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