Moab in the High Desert of Utah is somewhere vacationers go and never forget. Home to two world famous national parks, Moab boasts outdoor adventures that are unforgettable. This city is all about action, from hiking and biking to rafting and ATVs. No wonder this city is called the Adventure Capital of the World! In the evenings, there are local shops with unique gifts and outdoor gear, as well as art galleries. What’s more, there is everything from casual cafés to family restaurants to enjoy a meal after a day outdoors exploring.
Arches National Park is one of the top places to visit not just in Moab, but in the world. There are stunning sandstone arches, including the famous Delicate Arch, with miles of trails and fantastic orange scenery. In addition, Canyonlands National Park has hiking trails within its canyons and desert surroundings that are fantastic too. Dead Horse Point State Park offers amazing views over the canyons and of the winding river below. For a natural wonder, head to Corona Arch. Most visitors are left wondering how it is still standing! For the opportunity to go rafting, head to the Colorado River, that runs through Moab. For an adrenaline rush, rent an ATVs and go off-roading at Hell’s Revenge. This challenge course meets every motorheads approval. In addition, there is the Slickrock Trail for mountain bikes that will be a fun adventure.
The summer is a popular time to visit Moab. For pleasant temperatures and cheaper accommodation, head to Moab in the spring and the fall.
Located in the High Desert of Utah, Moab offers something a little different for vacationers and is a destination visitors will not forget in a hurry.
One of the biggest draws to Moab is its natural parks. Canyonlands Nation Park, the largest national park in Utah, offers a plethora of hiking trails to suit all abilities. The easiest way to see the park is from the Sky district, just 32 miles from Moab, and offers some of the most spectacular views in Canyon Country. From some of these lofty viewpoints, it is possible to see for over 100 miles -- there is nothing more memorable than seeing the sunrise over the towering structures of Canyonlands. Arches National Park is equally as visually spectacular, filled with stunning sandstone arches, including the famous Delicate Arch. A truly unique way to see the surrounding area is by hot air balloon, an activity that will really make a Moab vacation special. Dead Horse Point State Park is also worth traveling to Moab for, as the view of Dead Horse Point is one of the most scenic and photographed vistas in the wold. Mountain bikers will enjoy the intrepid bike trail system which offers views of the Colorado River.
The Colorado River plays host to a huge range of incredible activities: white water rafting, float trips, scenic jet boat tours and stand-up paddle tours can all be done right on Moab’s doorstep. After a day on the water, relax and enjoy the small-town hospitality that Moab Utah offers. Alternatively, just 20 miles south of Moab are the La Sal Mountains, part of a Manti-La Sal National Forest. Picture whispering pines, babbling brooks and numerous hiking trails, and you have got yourself the perfect day trip.
Due to the many attractions in and around the town, there is a huge range of vacation rentals in Moab. Private house rentals have something a little different from hotels and are great for large parties. Many are also pet friendly, so your furry friend can enjoy the city’s incredible surroundings and natural landscapes.
When it comes to hotels, Moab UT has a lot to offer, and no matter your budget, all offer a perfect base for exploring the national parks. Set against the incredible backdrop of Moab’s red cliff desert, Rim Village provides a range of two or three-bedroom vacation homes for the perfect luxury break. Whether you want to enjoy using the swimming pool in the summer months or take a dip in the hot tub when the weather starts to get a little cooler, Rim Village is an incredible place to stay to take in the sights and sounds of canyon country.
The almost-perfect climate has made booking Moab vacation rentals popular all year round, helped by the many outdoor events and festivals that take place in town. Downtown Moab has responded to this demand by establishing an impressive collection of shops, galleries, restaurants and bars.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Moab. The warmest months in Moab are June and July, when temperatures reach 107 ˚F. The coolest month is December, when temperatures drop to -8 ˚F. The wettest month in Moab is July with 1.45 inches of rain, while the driest month is December with 0.35 inches of rain.
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