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Moab Canyoneering Adventure
"Canyoneering has become increasingly popular in Utah with great options around Moab. Expect to work out your whole body as you make your way through the canyons by hiking rappelling scrambling over rock and splashing through water-filled pools. No experience is needed to try it out but participants must be physically fit and ready for a challenging outdoor adventure.The half-day trip provides an excellent introduction to canyoneering suitable for adventurous beginners who want a taste of the sport. The full-day trip to Robbers Roost is rated as moderately difficult and is suitable for active people that are ready for a more challenging experience. Canyoneering newcomers are welcome but expect a full physical and mental workout. Your guide shows you how to employ teamwork and technical canyoneering skills when rappelling
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Arches National Park 4x4 Adventure from Moab
"Choose from a morning early afternoon or evening tour to visit Arches National Park. After making your way to the conveniently located meeting point in Moab hop into the comfortable 4WD vehicle with your expert guide and head north for 5 miles (8 km) to reach the park. Your 4WD trail starts near Doc Williams Point and climbs a short but steep rock wall. Take in amazing views of the national park which holds more than 2000 naturally formed sandstone arches the largest concentration in the world. Giant sandstone fins balanced rocks
From $92.00
 
Canyonlands National Park Needles District by 4x4
"Make your own way to the conveniently located meeting point in Moab then hop into the sturdy and comfortable 4WD vehicle for the scenic 2-hour drive to Chesler Park located in the heart of the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park.The Needles District offers awe-inspiring landscapes and scenic vistas at every turn. Admire towering multicolored rock formations ancient rock art desert landscapes dotted with cactus and the vibrant blue southwestern sky. Keep an eye out for a variety of critters including birds lizards mule deer and big horn sheep
From $189.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Moab

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Respect dinosaur prints

When visiting or observing dinosaur foot tracks, do not dump a bunch of water into a dinosaur print like this lady who did not know what she was talking about. She impressed a family with a few young...
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Watch where you set your tent!

This recent trip in May 2104 we set camp early evening at ken's Lake. One in our group happen to set his tent on top of a nest of Field Mice. We didn't learn this until after 3 days when we broke down...
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Severe weather in the desert

During my last trip in May 2014, our group was hiking at Fisher Towers. The weather had been on and off thunderstorms for several days. Our hike this day started out with some clouds and sun. While we...
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Magnificent 7 mountain bike route warnings

While I love this trail, there are several issues that need to be specifically pointed out. The first is a barbwire fence that actually crosses the trail and has absolutely NO WARNINGS at all! If you...
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Elusive Spirits & Bewilderment of Brews

Utah has the most bizarre, most frustrating, most confusing liquor laws in the United States; even the locals are baffled. And they change them as often as I change my socks so just about the time you...
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Water hazards

An unusual amount of heavy rain/flash flooding threw bit of a wrench in our hiking agenda; not that we had any trouble finding other things to do. This region only sees about 8 inches a year but when...
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The heat will kill you

When the normal temperature in July is 99 degrees it doesn't take make to get over heated. Take plenty of water and try to take breaks from hiking and biking. The Moab area doens't have a lot of trees...
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Pit toilets are Stinky

Watch where you feel you need to have some relief. The pit toilets are merely holes in the ground and they have not vent except up that hole you are looking into. The methane gases may kill you, if...
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Gemini Bridges

Off Hwy 191 is treacherous for any vehicle; even 4WD. There are spots that can stop the progress, and the biggest problem is the climb up some sandy hills, let alone the hanging off the side of a...
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Poison Spider Trail is Rough

It is rated as the most difficult in the MOab area for Jeeps and mountain bikes. That is why they were going so slow at 2-3 MPH and bikers walking the trails. I hiked, and that is the way to go, if...
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Trees being Eradicated

Not really a warning-but the growth of the Tamarisk trees has caused a problem for the Forest Service and BLM around here and the west. These are/were hardy trees, but now infected with beetles, and...
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Corona Arch Hike-Not for ALL

On Potash Rd UT 297 and 3 miles north of town This is a rather difficult 3 mile hike for some; at least I thought so. You hike over a lot of rough rocks in the creek bed, some sand, but the big issue...
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Pick Alcohol Where You Desire Content

The local liquor store is the only one in this County, or maybe State? to sell bottles of liquor and wine. I am not sure. what I was told was to go to the State Liquor Control Store to get 5% beer. So...
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Sun. Hot. Inferno. Need Water .

Bring lots and lots and lots and lots of water. If you are going to do any hiking in this heat, bring even more water. I must have drank over a gallon a day, no joke. If you are afraid of the sun,...
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Top Things to Do in Moab

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Arches National Park

This National park is one of the main reasons why people come to Moab, including myself. Its known for the many sandstone arches in the area as well as countless other geological formations. All...
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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 slightly cooler temps. This park covers...
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Petroglyphs

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 side wander. The petroglyphs are easy...
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Negro Bill Canyon

It’s the rare hike I wouldn’t do again but this is one of those. Negro Bill is an oft-recommended local trail so we thought we should go see what the fuss was about. We did it one sunny September...
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Dead Horse Point State Park

If you are headed out to the Canyonlands Island in the Sky unit, this terrific little state park is along the way. As the legend goes, cowboys once rounded up wild mustangs and herded them onto what...
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Dinosaurs Tracks

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 two. There are several different types....
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"Where adventure Begins"
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"A Nucleus of Activity Close to Here"
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"Red Rock, Slick Rock, Arches and Canyons"
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"Off Road Mecca"
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