Moab Things to Do

  • Things to Do
    by blueskyjohn
  • Things to Do
    by blueskyjohn
  • Things to Do
    by blueskyjohn

Most Viewed Things to Do in Moab

  • 1. Arches National Park

    Some wonderful hiking trails, all not very long and some very easy to walk from the car. A good mix with some primitive trails and well maintained trails. Entry into the park is only $10 and good for...

    more
  • 2. Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail

    Located off Mill Canyon rd. This is an interpretive trail with signage of where to look for the fossils and a description of what type of dinosaur they belong...

    more
  • 3. Moab visitor center

    Even if it is not your first visit to Moab, The visitor center is a great place to start. They have plenty of books and gift from area but more important they...

    more
  • 4. Faux Falls

    Located near the Ken's Lake campground. When I was there it was during several days of thunderstorms. The water fall was really gushing. Not sure how much water...

    more
  • 5. Sunset at Ken's Lake

    A excellent place to watch sunset while in Moab is at Ken's Lake. This is a camp ground run by the Bureau of Land Management. There is also a day use area with...

    more
  • 6. Canyonlands National Park

    This is the other National Park within spittin' distance (or at least part of it is), and one I prefer to Arches due to a lot fewer bodies to contend with and...

    more
  • 7. Outrageous Hike #1: Fisher Towers

    This is a 5-star, must-do for hikers!! We did it on an overcast morning that we'd hoped would clear off but no go; due to grey clouds and flat lighting, my...

    more
  • 8. Island in the Sky - Canyonlands N.P.

    This is a nice day trip from Moab. One of three section in Canyonlands National Park. The entry fee is $10 and the access road is an in and out drive. It has a...

    more
  • 9. Petroglyphs at Poison Spider trail head

    From the parking lot, walk the trail that leads to the slab with the dinosaur tracks. Work your way up to the cliff above. Along that wall and on a few fallen...

    more
  • 10. Petroglyphs on Potash

    Just north of Moab driving out on route 191, look for Potash Road just after the Colorado River. Turn left on Potash and about one mile down the road you will...

    more
  • 11. Dinosaurs at Poison Spider trail head

    There are dinosaur tracks and fossils all over Moab. One of the easiest to access is the few tracks on a slab at the Poison Spider access off of Potash Road....

    more
  • 12. Adaptive Whitewater Rafting in Moab, Utah

    Splore runs adaptive whitewater rafting programs out of Moab, Utah for people with disabilities and special needs. Their trips are FANTASTIC! The staff is...

    more
  • 13. The popular Delicate Arch hike

    Three miles round trip. A lot of people in July during 100 degree heat didn't make it to the arch for a lack of water and shade. You can view Delicate Arch from...

    more
  • 14. Beyond the Trails

    Allergic to the Great Outdoors? Go to New York - you'll be miserable here. Everyone else? This could be the best vacation you ever had. Proximity to the...

    more
  • 15. "Rock Art" Road Tour: Moonflower Canyon

    Sadly, this is one of the more vandalized sites on the route but I'm giving it special mention because it's near the mouth of a pretty box canyon that's worth a...

    more
  • 16. "Rock Art" Road Tour: Courthouse Wash

    This is the best of all the "Rock Art Tour" stops but also the one that involves the most work. High up in a rock alcove overlooking Hwy 191 is a very old and...

    more
  • 17. Putter on the Parkway

    We were having a post-hike brew at Woody's and noticed a creek just below the patio with a paved trail running alongside; hmmm, let's take a look? Turns out it...

    more
  • 18. "Rock Art" Road Tour: Jug Handle Arch

    I'll give this one a mention 'cause it's a cheap and easy way for non-hikers or people not visiting the national park to see an arch. It's on a dirt road spur...

    more
  • 19. "Rock Art" Road Tour

    Ancient hunter-gatherers and later indigenous peoples carved (pertroglyph) or painted (pictograph) images of animals, people and mystical shapes into...

    more
  • 20. Where to start

    Moab has a terrific info center where you can get the skinny on road conditions, hotels, restaurants, trails and park info, and pick up brochures for things to...

    more
  • 21. The Fisher Towers

    Was there someone named Fisher after whom these were named? Today, nobody knows, but there's a theory a bureaucrat was told to name them "fissure" towers and it...

    more
  • 22. Dead Horse Point State Park

    The main reason to visit this State Park is to enjoy the fabulous view over the canyonlands and the winding Colorado River below. It is 2000 feet down to the...

    more
  • 23. Newspaper Rock Recreation Area

    En route to Moab, we stopped briefly at Newspaper Rock to have a look at the ancient petroglyphs left by the Puebloan people hundreds of years ago.The sandstone...

    more
  • 24. Monitor & Merimac Buttes

    These are pictures from the distant Hwy 313 that leads to Canyonlands and Dead Horse Park. They views are great, and there is a marker sign along the road to...

    more
  • 25. Manti-LaSAl Mountains

    They are an impressive 13,000 feet high at the peak. The range stretches for miles along the east side of Hwy 191 for 18 miles. They are located in a national...

    more
  • Moab Hotels

    37 Hotels in Moab

    2 Reviews

  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Moab? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Moab

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

122 travelers online now

Comments

Moab Things to Do

Reviews and photos of Moab things to do posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Moab sightseeing.

View all Moab hotels