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It was another great Moab adventure trip ending with an early morning rendezvous capturing pictures of the famous Arches National Park landscape. Enjoy!
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Moab’s Corona Arch Trail is a 3 mile round-trip hike over sand and slick rock with rewarding views of Bow Tie Arch, Corona Arch and the Colorado River.View the Corona Arch Trail hike. View→
The Canyonlands National Park’s Island in the Sky mesa overlooks breathtaking sandstone cliffs, the Green and Colorado rivers and rugged deep canyons. Island in the Sky is the northern part of the Canyonlands, only a short scenic drive from Utah’s adventure town of Moab and Arches National Park.
The International Mountain Biking Association (IMBA) recently named Utah’s Park City area the world’s first Gold Level Ride Center.
What does this mean to you? You can choose from 400 miles of well-maintained trails and it’s easy to find the perfect trail to ride for your ability level.
The Moab Rim trail is a primitive slickrock 3 mile trail shared by hikers, mountain bikers and jeep adventurers. Enjoy stunning views of the Colorado River, La Sal Mountains, Moab Valley and Spanish Valley, and the protected Behind the Rocks. Adventurers can also detour and explore the abundance of panels of native petroglyphs. Read About the Moab Rim Trail!
Arches National Park features over 2,000 natural sandstone arches along with amazing rock formations. Three of my favorite short hikes, Balanced Rock, Windows and Park Avenue, each lead you to a stunning viewpoint within Arches. Read About the Balanced Rock, Park Avenue and Windows hikes!