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Guided Half-Day Mountain Bike Tour in Moab
"Meet your tour guide at your preferred departure time for a half-day guided bike tour from Moab. Bring your own bike or rent one from the local cyclery -- helmet water bottle and professional tour guide are included.It is advised that you wear comfortable riding shorts and shoes and gloves. Don't forget a snack and your camera. Hydration packs are strongly suggested. You will have the choice to ri"""Experience the best of Moab by mountain bike! Challenge your athletic ability and get your adrenaline pumping as you explore Moab. On this 4-hour guided mountain bike tour you have the option of bringing your own bike or renting a full suspension mountain bike. Bottled water and guide are included."title=Highlights&1=4-hour+mountain+bike+tour+in+Moab&2=Ride+your+own+bike+or+rent+a+full-suspension+mountain+bike&3=Explore+dusty+biking+trails+around+Moab+with+a+guide&4=Choose+from+a+range+of+different+routes+of+varying+difficulty&5=Ride+to+Deadhorse+Po""
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Guided Full-Day Mountain Bike Tour in Moab
"Your tour will depart from the heart of Moab and includes bicycle rental (if option selected) helmet water bottle and professional tour guide.Please remember to wear a comfortable pair of riding shorts and shoes a snack and your camera. It is recommended that you bring a hydration pack. Helmets are available if you don't bring your own and you can also rent SPD shoes if needed.Choose from different trail options and set off for a day of riding!
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Guided Half-Day Mountain Bike Tour in Moab
"Meet your tour guide at your preferred departure time for a half-day guided bike tour from Moab. Bring your own bike or rent one from the local cyclery -- helmet water bottle and professional tour guide are included.It is advised that you wear comfortable riding shorts and shoes and gloves. Don't forget a snack and your camera. Hydration packs are strongly suggested. You will have the choice to ri"""Experience the best of Moab by mountain bike! Challenge your athletic ability and get your adrenaline pumping as you explore Moab. On this 4-hour guided mountain bike tour you have the option of bringing your own bike or renting a full suspension mountain bike. Bottled water and guide are included."title=Highlights&1=4-hour+mountain+bike+tour+in+Moab&2=Ride+your+own+bike+or+rent+a+full-suspension+mountain+bike&3=Explore+dusty+biking+trails+around+Moab+with+a+guide&4=Choose+from+a+range+of+different+routes+of+varying+difficulty&5=Ride+to+Deadhorse+Po""
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More General in Canyonlands National Park

clean that windshield and fill gas tank

You can see canyonland in about 3 hours but it's just breath taking scenery ... everywhere you look its just drop dead gorgeous so I just started taking pictures as we drove by so we didn't stop...
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chattygirl7491
Jun 12, 2015

worth seeing!!

We didn't know anything about canyonland but had some extra time after arches and glad we checked it out. The views are amazing and not much hiking to see such a scenic wonder. I'd say we spent about...
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chattygirl7491
Nov 08, 2014

some dreams must wait for another day

After much debate, we decided that Arches should be our priority. Each day got hotter and June was close on the horizon, promising the heat of summer. As much as we had enjoyed the desert, it was...
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richiecdisc
Jul 05, 2009

the perfect antidote

Returning with that special person, my new wife, was a chance for redemption and we had been conquering such proclamations for a few weeks now including a very similar one at Grand Canyon where we...
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richiecdisc
Jul 05, 2009

only so much we could fit in

Normally, I would have been feeling a little lazy but after so many weeks in the desert, I was just doing what all intelligent warm-blooded creatures do at midday; I was having a siesta. When we...
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richiecdisc
Jul 05, 2009

Views around the park

The desert is beautiful, but it can also be deadly if you do not plan and take proper precautions. Take a good map, stay on the marked trails and also arrange with someone to check if you have...
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Martin_S.
Jul 05, 2007
 
 
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Valleys of the Canyonlands National Park

Two things make Canyonlands special. The "blazing" desert colors and the solitude. Here you can finally find that "quiet moment", all you have to do is just listen to the silence, something most of us...
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Martin_S.
Jul 04, 2007

National Park Pass

If you plan to be a frequent visitor to National Parks in the course of a year, the National Park Pass can be a great purchase. I bought mine in March in Rocky Mountain National Park ($20). Since then...
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Callavetta
May 22, 2006

Excellent Visitor's Center! (Needles)

Despite its remote location, the Visitor's Center in the Needles District is outstanding. They are very helpful in planning any trip here (and to the other sections of the park), and try to help the...
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Karnubawax
Jan 31, 2006

Pack a lunch, fill up the car

Be sure to bring food and have a full tank of gas since there are no amenities in the park. The town of Moab is closest, at about 35 miles from Island in the Sky. Be sure to bring your sunscreen as...
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PinkFloydActuary
Sep 26, 2005

Respect That Black Stuff On the Ground

In some areas the ground in Canyonlands National Park is covered with a fragil cryptobiotic crust. This looks like black, crunchy soil, but is actually a living community of lichens, moss, fungi,...
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KimberlyAnn
Jul 16, 2004

For Additional Information

For Additional Information you may write to: Superintendent, Canyonlands National Park, 2282 SW Resource Blvd. Moab, UT 84532The visitor centers phone number is (435) 719-2313The web address is:...
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KimberlyAnn
Jul 16, 2004

Sandtone Formations Reminiscent of Monument Valley

Lots of the formations begin looking alike in this part of the world. It does not take away from their grandeur, but Monument Valley is not the only place to see monolithic sandstone towers rising...
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zrim
Mar 06, 2003

Grand View Point

Can't say that this place is not aptly named. The scenery stretches grandly in all forward directions. Notice the mult-tiered composition of this spot. The photo is taken from atop a bluff 5,000 feet...
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zrim
Mar 06, 2003

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Top Things to Do in Canyonlands National Park

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Upheaval Dome Trail

The Upheaval Dome Trail has to be one of the top three trails in Canyon Lands National Park.. Even on a late September afternoon the trail parking lot was packed with cars. The big site on this trail...
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Mesa Arch

Mesa Arch can be seen by walking a short half mile loop from a parking area on Route 313 in the park. The trail is well maintain with an even path and steps constructed where needed. The arch is not...
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Island in the Sky Visitor Center

A short distance after the entrance kiosk for Island in the Sky is a visitor Center on the right. The visitor center generally opens at 9:00am and closes at 4:30pm. They may have extended hours during...
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Camping on Mineral Bottom Road

Just before the park entrance at Island in the Sky there is a sign for Mineral Bottom Road. It is just after the turn off for the Horse Thief campground. Turn right on Mineral Bottom Road. Along...
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White Rim Overlook Trail

This Trail is only 1.5 miles long and has completely flat terrain. The hike travels out on a finger into the heart of Canyonlands to beautiful views of the White Rim Trail. If you are looking to avoid...
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Grand View Trail

Excellent views! This is a very easy 1.5 mile out and back hike. The trail is well maintained and in recent years many stone steps have been put in place to make it even easier. The view to the south...
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Top 5 Canyonlands National Park Writers

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goodfish

"Land of the Canyons"
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Basaic

"Basaic Canyonlands National Park Page"
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KimberlyAnn

"Kimberlyann's Canyonlands National Park, Utah"
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BruceDunning

"Large Park Spread Over Miles"
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windsorgirl

"Canyonlands, Island in the Sky District"
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