MOAB - Adventure Central
Known as "Adventure Central" and gateway to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Moab's red rock
Arches National Park - The world's largest concentration of natural stone arches, over 2,000 in number.
Canyonlands National Park (Island in the Sky District) - Utah's largest national park is world renowned for its four-wheel and mountain bike routes.
Dead Horse Point State Park - Towering an incredible 2,000 feet over the Colorado River, Dead Horse Point offers spectacular views of Canyonlands National Park.
Manti-La Sal National Forest - Located minutes from Moab, a scenic alpine loop highway winds its way through the second highest mountain range in Utah.
Dan O'Laurie Canyon Country Museum - Traces the history of the Moab area from the early ancients, 1800's exploration, and through the mining era.
Arches Vineyards and Winery - Located in Moab, has guided tours and retail sales. Visitor center open spring, summer and fall 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Spanish Valley Vineyards and Winery - Located 7 miles south of Moab has guided tours and retail sales.
Recreation and Adventure - Golfing, four-wheeling, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, rafting (white and calm water), kayaking, canoeing, climbing, horseback riding, motorcycle tours, cross country skiing, fishing, hunting, amusement parks, water park, skyway and unlimited photo taking opportunities.
Moab, UT - Destination City - 95 properties.
*Canyonlands By Night - Enjoy dinner on the shores of the Colorado River, followed by a cruise that features unique lighting of the red rock cliffs on the Colorado - in Moab.
*Sunset Grill - Fine dining specializing in Prime Rib, steaks and seafood. This unique restaurant on the eastern hills overlooking Moab was the home of Charlie Steen, one of Moab's uranium mine owners - in Moab.
*Moab Brewery - Moab's only restaurant with a beer brewery on premise - on Main Street in Moab.
*Eddie McStiff's - Great specialty foods - on Main Street in Moab.
Major national restaurant and fast food chains available throughout the area. *Can accommodate coach tours.
Destination - Trail of the Ancients - Blanding - From Moab, proceed south on U.S. 191 to Blanding, Utah. Distance: 76 miles / 1 hour 15 minutes drive time.
Destination - Capitol Reef Country - Torrey From Moab, proceed north on U.S. 191 to I-70. Continue west on I-70 to state Route 24, and east on state Route 24 through Hanksville to Torrey, Utah. Distance: 150 miles / 3 hours drive time.
Destination - Price - Castle Country - From Moab, proceed north on U.S. 191 to I-70 and continue west on I-70 to the junction of U.S. 191/6. Proceed north on U.S. 191/6 to Price, Utah. Distance: 109 miles - 2 hours drive time..
All information is subject to change without notice. 4/2001