Welcome to Moab, Utah

So you want to see Arches or Canyonland National Parks while in the area of Moab, Utah. Well congrats! You have picked some of the hidden gems of National Parks in our opinion. The town of Moab is lucky enough to be surrounded by the majestic red rocks and canyons that this whole area is know for.

Canyonland National Park

What does this area have to offer? Well if your adventure junkie, then take advantage of all the activities that are offered. Try out some hiking, river rafting, ATV exploring, skydiving, and biking. 

Don’t forget to check out Moab’s official visitors site for detailed events, activities, and other information. 

Make sure to check beforehand if there will be any races or events happening.Some of the future events that they hold are: Lone Cone Fat Bike Challenge, Moab Rocks, Gran Fondo Moab and the Redbull Rampage Bike to name a few.

If your more into having a leisurely trip, then don’t worry the area has more to offer for the traveler that just wants to take it easy. Furthermore, the area has a diverse ecosystem where you can view the wildlife or try your hand at  fishing. They also offer off road tours so you can experience  some of the canyons without having to worry about doing the driving yourself.

Want to see the national parks from the sky, then try ballooning. It’s a great alternative to skydiving.

Moab, Utah

Where To Stay

The best place to stay in the area is with nature itself. There are some great camp sites you can reserve beforehand either in the parks or outside. We do recommend to try camping in one of the parks for a night or two. It’s worth it seeing the Milky Way with rock formations all around you.

However, if your feeling adventurous then you should try some of the free camp sites that can be found on BLM land. Be warned though, camping during the summer can be a chore. The weather can get to over 100 degrees and it can be windy/dusty in certain areas.

Reserved Camp Sites

Free Camp Sites

Have you hiked Soldier Pass Trail? Did you enjoy yourself and would you recommend it to others? Have any other trails or places we should see, let us know in the comments section. Thanks for taking a look at our site and don’t forget to subscribe for future articles and tips. 

The information on this website has come from research and by experiencing it ourselves.  Opening hours, trail closures, prices, etc. are always subject to change. We try to keep up to date on any new information, or tips to help make your adventure more enjoyable. 

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