Arches National Park, Bears Ears National Monument, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Goblin Valley State Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area… shall we go on? Whether you crave hiking expansive canyons, stand up paddling clear blue waters or camping in high alpine forests, the southeastern region of Utah is a nature-lover’s fantasy come to life.
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Mention the word Moab in certain circles and stories of adventure will naturally ensue. The city is known to adventurers the world over, its redrock surroundings the source of inspiration and solitude for many an Outsider. Whether you’re into climbing, slick
rock, mountain biking, off-roading, whitewater rafting, photography
or exploring, don’t be surprised when a visit to Moab leaves you fantasizing about quitting your day job.
By Air: Canyonlands Field (CNY) is 20 miles NW of Moab
By Ground: 1 hour and 45 minute drive from Grand Junction, Colorado or 4 hours from Salt Lake City, Utah
Know Before You Go
Follow our expert tips to execute an epic Utah adventure:
1 ) Avoid the crowds by visiting in the off season, between October
2 ) Always check in with the local State and Park offices for the
daily weather report.
3 ) Drink a minimum of 1 gallon / person / day.
4 ) Gear up for the trip with a visit to KÜHL.com.