Moab is a must-visit for anyone seeking to explore the dazzling features of southern Utah. Surrounded by both state and national parks, Moab is the central hub of countless sights and endless activities.
Without a doubt, the many geographical features are the pride and joy of Moab. Only five miles to the north is Arches National Park home of Utah’s Delicate Arch and over 2000 more! Besides arches, there are plenty of other sand features to be found at Canyonlands but both parks have a wide variety of trails for hikers of all abilities. Mountain bikers have countless trails to follow including the Slickrock Trail, the most well-known and extreme trail in the area. Unique from its smooth and difficult features, the 11-mile course is not for beginner riders, but the multitude of branches means you can find a route for everyone. If walking is not your style, you can go on a guided zip line tour over the sandy terrain and features of Moab, or rent a four-wheeler from one of many locations around the town. After a long day of exploring the city, you can stop at Moab’s Food Truck Park and get a bite to eat from one of many local food trucks, all in one centralized point. To escape the desert heat rent a paddleboard, or go tubing down the Colorado River for some freshwater fun.