Holidays to Moab

United States
Moab, in the red-rock country of southwest Utah, was mined extensively for its uranium from the 1950s onwards. The businessmen and miners have since been replaced with tourists who have discovered Moab as an ideal base for exploring nature via whitewater raft, mountain bike (the Slickrock Bike Trail is justifiably …

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Where to stay in Moab

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Moab, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Moab

Christophe | Trip by SkyscannerDead Horse Point State Park
Dead Horse Point State Park
bali | Trip by SkyscannerWindow Arch
Window Arch
Tania P | Trip by SkyscannerThe Moab Golf Course
The Moab Golf Course
mland329 | FlickrCanyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park
Stanislav Sedov | FlickrSlickrock Trail
Slickrock Trail
BLMOregon | FlickrSand Flats Recreation Area
Sand Flats Recreation Area
Ken Lund | FlickrMoab Visitor Center
Moab Visitor Center
Jade Hernandez | Trip by SkyscannerWindow Arch
Window Arch
Kelly Paras | Trip by SkyscannerDevil's Garden Trailhead
Devil's Garden Trailhead
mypubliclands | FlickrMoab Adventure Center
Moab Adventure Center

Reviews of Moab

Tina E
Tina EKamas

National Arches, Canyonlands, and Deadhorse Point National Parks. Great hiking, biking and river rafting

DanSanta Clara

Moab was the focus of our southwestern tour and, excluding one guide, it did not disappoint. Canyoneering was our favorite activity. The biking is incredible. We were there during Jeep Safari week, which was impressive. Jeeps from all over the world.

Kevin Picholo
Kevin PicholoFoster City

Moab is a town just footsteps away from Arches National park and not too far also from Canyonlands. Lots of outdoor activities like hiking, off-roading and rock climbing activities can be found all around. Nice little town to sleep between your activities.

Kelly Paras
Kelly ParasWashington, D.C.

If you're familiar with Utah and the outdoors, chances are that you've heard of Moab. This southern town is something of the beating heart of the desert/canyon/arch-land of SE Utah. Here you can easily access Cayonlands and Arches National Parks and have your pick of innumerable biking, rafting and hiking options. It's got a ski town vibe, great restaurants and is the perfect place to begin or end an adventure.

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