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Moab, Utah is a year-round accessible land of adventure. Surrounded by thousands of square miles of breathtaking red rock landscape, this town also boasts the wondrous Colorado River. This is the only Utah destination where visitors can explore two of The Mighty 5® National Parks, Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park, from one location. Arches National Park can be reached within a few minutes drive whereas Canyonlands is only less than an hour away! If you’re looking for a fantastic view of the Colorado River, head to Dead Horse Point State Park, just a short drive from town. Visible from Moab, the La Sal Mountains are only 20 miles away! This alpine mountain range is the second highest in Utah, with peaks reaching nearly 13,000 feet. Diverse landscapes and astounding scenery have contributed to Moab’s rich history of filmmaking. Visit the Red Cliffs Lodge for a tour through the Museum of Film.

Our Moab vacation rentals are comprised of a variety of private accommodations including homes, condos, and townhomes.  We manage vacation homes and AirBnB style accommodations located in downtown Moab, condos and townhomes with shared pools in Rim Village, Rim Village Vista, and elsewhere.  Our vacation rentals are centrally located providing great all-season access to the area’s top jeeping, hiking, and mountain biking trails, and Canyon Lands and Arches National Parks. Browse our wide selection of vacation rentals and find the perfect home for your next Moab, Utah vacation!


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Our local area experts, Gloryann & Sarah, put this adventure guidebook together to provide an easy way to share our local favorite activities, adventures, and places to shop and eat with our guests.
Moab Recommendations and Activities

For the most variety of outdoor choices in Moab, plan a visit anytime from early spring to late fall. Activities such as hiking, mountain biking and climbing are best taken advantage of in the cooler desert months throughout spring and fall. Once the temperatures start to rise and the snow begins to melt, it is the ideal time to seek out a rafting adventure or canyoneering trip! For the biggest river thrills, check out trips departing in late spring and early summer when the snow run-off is highest. Downtown shopping, off-road excursions, driving scenic byways, skydiving, ballooning, scenic flights and base jumping can be enjoyed throughout the entire year! Take note, Moab is busiest in the fall but come winter, it returns to its natural state of quiet, vast wilderness.

Home to the greatest mountain biking in this world, Moab offers a massive variety of trails for mountain bikers of all ages and experience levels. Moab is most well-known for Slickrock Bike Trail, a highly technical and challenging trail that many consider to be the ultimate mountain biking excursion. For those looking for easier scenic views or a great family outing, check out Dead Horse Point State Park. Please click here for a comprehensive list of mountain biking areas, trails and maps to compliment. Bicycle can be rented, purchased and/or repaired at shops such as Poison Spider BicyclesRim Cyclery and Chile Pepper Bike Shop, just to name a few.

If off-road adventure via jeep or four-wheeling is your jam, Moab is a go-to destination! Near endless 4×4 trails and old mining roads at your fingertips will leave plenty of room to explore. Trails can be discovered with your own vehicle, by renting a jeep, or taking a guided tour. Detailed 4 wheel drive maps and trail guides can be found at the Moab Information Center (MIC). Trail difficulties range from simple and scenic 2-wheel drive to the utmost challenging 4-wheel drive trails. Jeeps and tours can be booked all over Moab, but here are a few to get you started: Twisted JeepsBarlow AdventuresHigh Point Hummer. Scroll down to the bottom of this page to find a list of 4×4 trails in Moab and their descriptions/details.

Don’t let winters in Utah discourage you; Moab has numerous opportunities to enjoy the cooler months. Check out Arches National Park for some epic snowtography, where you are sure to find sunlit, snow-covered arches beaming in the winter sun. There is even backcountry skiing in the La Sal Mountains for every skill level! If you’re hoping to extend the climbing season, check out Big Bend in addition to Wall Street (morning to mid-day) and Kane Creek (afternoon). These spots benefit from daylong sun exposure, ensuring just the right warmth for all day climbing. Moab offers two amazing disc golf courses and they are open all year. Head over to the Moab Golf Course for year long play (weather permitting) and enjoy the beautiful 18 hole course nestled in the red rocks. Last, but not least, there is opportunity for snow biking along the Porcupine Rim or snowshoeing within Bryce Canyon.

Moab is an outdoor enthusiasts dream coupled with small resort town hospitality, making it one of the most sought after destinations in the American Southwest. With such an extensive list of outdoor activities, you’re sure to work up an appetite for any meal. Moab boasts two breweries alongside a diverse array of cuisines, including a surprising number of gourmet-class restaurants.

Year-Round Activities

There are multiple outfitters in Moab for every activity. Below are some highlighted companies. For a comprehensive list of guides and outfitters as well as the services they offer, please click here.

Moab Adventure Center – Hummer Safaris – Climbing – Hot Air Balloon Rides – Mountain Biking – Scenic Flights – Jeep Rentals – Private Tours – (888)-904-1163

Scenic Byways – Leisurely drives throughout and surrounding Moab

Outlaw Adventure Tours – Drive Along – Ride Along – Guided Tours – (435)-260-7451

Skydive Moab – Skydiving – (435)-259-5867

Rim Mountain – Bike Tours – (435)-259-5223

Redrock Astronomy – Stargazing – (435)-210-0066

Raven’s Rim – Zipline Adventure – (435)-260-0973

Paraglide Moab – Sky Adventure – (435)-767-7359

Canyonlands by Night & Day – Helicopter Tours – Skydiving – Paddleboard Tour – Jet Boat Tours – 4×4/ATV/Hummer Tours – Horseback Riding – Zipline Adventure – 1861 N Hwy 191 – (435)-259-2628

Moab Recreation Center – Aquatics – Fitness Center – Showers – 374 N Park Ave – (435)-259-8226

Canyonlands National Park – Island in the Sky – (435)-719-2313

Arches National Park – (435) 719-2299

Restaurants in Moab

* = Host Favorite

98 Center – American (New), Asian Fusion  $$ – 98 E Center St (435) 355-0098

Antica FormaPizza/Calzones/Pasta  $$ – 267 N Main St. 435-355-0167

Blu Pig & Blu Bar – BBQ  $$ – 811 S Main St (435) 259-3333

Broken Oar – Steakhouse  $$ – 53 W 400 N (435) 259-3127

Castle Creek Winery – Wine Tasting – Mile Post 14 Hwy 128 (435) 259-3332

Cowboy Grill – American (Traditional), Steakhouse  $$$ – Mile 14 Hwy 128 (435) 259-2002

Desert Bistro – American (New)  $$$ – 36 South 100 West (435) 259-0756

*Dewey's – American $– 57 Main St (435) 259-2337

Fiesta Mexicana – Mexican  $$ – 202 S Main St (435) 259-4366

Gloria's Corner Cafe – Juice Bar/Smoothies, Sandwiches  $$ – 20 S Main St (435) 259-0101

Horizon View – American  $$ – 812 S Main St (435) 355-1232

Jailhouse Cafe – Breakfast/Brunch  $$ – 101 N Main St (435) 259-3900

Hidden Cuisine American/International $$ – 2740 S Highway 191 (435) 259-7711

Milt’s Stop & Eat  – Fast Food  $ – 356 Mill Creek Dr.  (435) 259-7424

Moab Brewery – Brewery  $$ – 686 S Main St (435) 259-6333

Moab Coffee Roasters – Coffee/Tea  $ – 90 N Main St (435) 259-2725

*Moab Food Truck ParkBreakfast/Lunch/Dinner  $$ – 39 West 100 North (435) 319-0251

*Moab Garage Co.Breakfast, Lunch, Coffee  $ – 78 N Main St (435) 554-8467

Moab Grill  – American (Traditional), Steak, Breakfast/Brunch  $$ – 540 S Main St (435) 259-4848

*Moab KitchenVegan  $$ – 180 W. Center St. 

MOYO – Moab Frozen Yogurt – Dessert  $ – 331 N Main St (435) 355-0010

Pasta Jay’s  – Italian, Pizza  $$ – 4 S Main St (435) 259-2900

Red Rock Bakery & Net Café – Bakery, Internet Café  $$ – 74 S Main St (435) 259-5941

*Thai Bella– Asian/Thai  $$ – 218 N. 100 W. (435) 355-0555

Trailhead Public House & Eatery– Grill / Pub  $ – 11 E 100N (435) 355-0297

3-Season Activities

Adrift Adventures – River Trips – Horseback Trips – National Park 4×4 Jeep Tours – Canyoneering – Mountain Biking – 378 North Main Street – (435)-259-8594

Moab GeoTours – Colorado River-Rafting Geology and Nature Tours – Land-based Geology and Nature Tours – (435)-259-7733

O.A.R.S. – River Rafting – Guided Hiking – Multi-sport Adventures – 1-(800)-346-6277

Dual Sport Utah – Bike Rentals – Custom Tours – 197 West Center Street – (435)-260-2724

Mild to Wild – Rafting and Jeep Tours – 711 N 500 W, Moab, UT 84532 – (970) 247-4789

Bike Shops

Poison Spider Bicycles – 497 N Main St – (435)-259-7882

Rim Cyclery – 94 W 100 N – (435)-259-5333

Chile Pepper Bike Shop – 702 S Main St #2 – (435)-259-4688

keith brant

Your Moab Area Expert

The surrounding landscape in the Moab area is truly a sight to behold and I can't wait for you to experience it! There are countless ways to enjoy the Moab adventure, from mountain biking to jeeping to epic hiking, sightseeing and paddleboarding, there's truly something for everyone! The mild Moab weather makes it delightful to visit any time of the year but many return visitors are realizing that our summer and winter "off seasons" are actually a great time to visit to avoid the crowds. Canyonlands and Arches National Parks in particular are very special in November and throughout the winter.

It's when we locals enjoy the quieter Moab outdoors. For a scenic drive, I highly recommend taking River Road (Hwy 128) out to Castle Valley. The road follows the Colorado River through a red rock canyon and out to Castle Valley and Fisher Towers where there are amazing towers and one-of-a-kind formations. This area is great for hiking, biking and off-roading too. One of my favorite hikes is the Grandstaff Trail to Morning Glory Bridge. This hike is a moderate out and back and is great for families and dogs. My family loves to climb and some of our favorite spots for sport and trad climbing are Wall Street and Cinema/Theater walls.

If you're into multi-pitch, checkout Castleton Tower, an epic 400' tower and Ancient Art - The Stolen Chimney, a delicate sandstone feature in the Castle Valley/Fisher area. If you're a climber, these should be on your bucket list! Biking in Moab is HUGE of course and our favorite trails are Slickrock in Sand Flats, Sidewinder in Moab Brands, and Bull Run in Gemini Bridges.

If you're an advanced rider, don't miss the seasonal window to complete The Whole Enchilada...another great bucket list add! After a great day of riding or climbing, my favorite spot to grab a burger and beer (or margarita!) is Dewey's in downtown Moab. They have a great menu, bar and their service is exceptional. We have so many other recommendations and we would love to help you make your trip perfect! Give us a call anytime. We can't wait to share our amazing area with you!

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