Moab Travel Guide
Welcome to Moab!
Surrounded by magnificent canyons and red-rock formations, Moab is Utah's premiere adventure destination. Boasting two national parks-Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park-as well as Dead Horse Point State Park, the city entices extreme mountain bikers, rock climbers and canyoners with its numerous off-road trails and amazing landscape. Human history in the area dates back thousands of years, a fact that is evident in the local rock art and petroglyphs from ancient cultures. A truly unique home, Hole 'N the Rock, is carved in a mountainside near Moab and offers guided tours of its interesting inside. When visiting Moab, be prepared for adventure, as there is plenty of interesting and exciting ways to pass time. The list of area activities is extensive, appealing to all ages, interests and risk levels, including scenic airplane rides, river raft trips, all-terrain tours, guided hikes and hot air balloon rides.
Originating in northern Colorado, north of Grand Lake, the Colorado River is one of the United States' major waterways.
Hotels & Motels
Conveniently located on Highway 191, surrounded by red rock cliffs and stunning natural wonders, the Holiday Inn Express provides outdoor enthusiasts easy access to both Arches National Park and Canyon Lands National Park.
Providing private, custom, and overnight trips.