Sallie Shatz

Moab

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  1. Hidden Valley Trail - Hiking

    Moab

    Quiet, scenic hike with views of the La Sal Mountains. A 680 ft. elevation gain at the start, then an open meadows hike to the Petroglyphs at the turnaround. Perfect for a summer afternoon as the rock walls to the west provide shade.

  2. Delicate Arch - Hiking

    Moab

    3-mile roundtrip hike to Utah State icon (featured in stamps, on Utah's license plate), a 65-foot-tall freestanding natural arch. This will not be a solitary experience but it is a perfect way to finish off a day of other activities and take in a sunset.

  3. Bar M Mountain Biking Trail System

    Moab

    An easily accessible perfect first place to mountain bike in Moab, UT. 30 miles of trails of varying levels from beginner to difficult that is marked. Great for families, a some quick cardio after a day of climbing or hiking or a last ride on your way out of town.

  4. Moab Rim Trail - Hiking

    Moab

    1000 vertical hike in less than 1 mile with sections of 20% grade. Quick workout with overlook of Moab Valley below and outward view from Arches National Park to the La Sal Mountains. Bring map to orient yourself to the landscape of the Adrenaline capitol of the world.

  5. Fisher Towers Trail - Hiking

    Moab

    A quiet hike through fiery red towers reminiscent of sand drip castles you make at the beach. Not to be missed experience; great views to give perspective of desert landscape.

  6. Big Bend Bouldering Area

    Moab

    Big Bend Bouldering area is 9 miles from Moab along River Road route 128. There is no approach as it is right next to the road. There are bouldering problems for all ages and abilities.

  7. Negro Bill Canyon Trail - Hiking

    Moab

    Negro Bill is a pleasant 5-mile round trip hike 4 miles from Moab, Utah. At the turnaround is Morning Glory Arch, spanning 243 feet; the sixth longest natural rock span in the United States.

  8. River Road Paved Trail - Cycling

    Moab

    6 or 8 mile round trip of paved trail along the Colorado River paralleling River Road, route 128 designated the Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway. Cycle through breath taking gorge formed by Sandstone walls.

  9. Wall Street Area - Climbing

    Moab

    Wall Street offers 130+ climbing within a mile stretch directly on the road. Routes from 5.3-5.12. Routes are 40-100 ft, mostly bolted, but bring a crack rack.

  10. Corona Arch - Hiking

    Moab

    Corona Arch is a 3-mile hike with a couple of technical sections where cables have been placed to hold onto and steps have been dug into the Sandstone. It’s a two- arches-for-one-hike as you pass Bow Tie (I have seen this as Bow Tie and as Bowtie Arch. On the BLM website and on the sign at the trailhead is says Bowtie) on your way to Corona Arch.

  11. Potash Road - Cycling

    Moab

    33.4 miles round trip on road along the Colorado River. Highlights along the way are: Moab’s most popular climbing area, Petroglyph panels, dinosaur tracks and a 46-foot high 3-foot wide arch.

  12. Pipe Dream Trail - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    Pipe Dream trail is a 9.4 out and back ride, which can be shortened and made gentler by dropping to the 4x4 road below for the return taking off 1.2 miles. It is a fun trail with lots of little ups and downs to keep you on your toes.

  13. Intrepid Trail System - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    Intrepid Trail System, 16.6 miles of single-track mountain biking trails in Dead Horse Point State Park is the perfect place for families, and beginning to intermediate riders to see beautiful scenery and have some fun.

  14. Moab to Dead Horse Point - Cycling

    Moab

    Up to 82-mile road ride from Moab to Dead Horse Point State Park.

  15. Needles District Canyonlands - Backpacking/Camping

    Moab

    Elephant Hill trailhead offers an outstanding assortment of trails in some of the most beautiful, approachable and more remote areas in Canyonlands National Park. Off the beaten trail, well over an hour from Moab in the Needle District, 3 miles off a paved road, this area is not to be missed.

  16. Moab BMX Park - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    Anonymous Park, also known as The Moab Bike Park is a BMX dirt bike park on the west side of 500 West on the west side of Moab (Colorado River side of town, not the La Sals Mountains side of town.) Named after an Anonymous donor, it’s an asset to the community.

  17. The Cinema and the Theatre - Climbing

    Moab

    A quick hike off the road, with a view of the Colorado River, there are over 20 climbs of varying levels. There are two 5.7 bolted routes, a 5.9 and a variety of 5.10 climbs.

  18. Devil’s Garden Campground Arches National Park

    Moab

    There are 52 sites for camping at Devil’s Garden campground within Arches National Park. The campsite is 18 miles from the park entrance and 23 miles from Moab the campsites are open year round.

  19. Devil's Garden Hiking

    Moab

    Devil’s Garden is a great area to explore with many options of arches to hike to. The “full loop” including miles of primitive trails of sand, narrow ledges and exposure but if of that ability, it’s a great run.

  20. Fiery Furnace - Hiking

    Moab

    Exceptional exploration of a maze like collection of sandstone fins and drainages, this is a hike, plan on 3-4 hours to cover 2+ miles of arches, narrow slots and surprises. Limited availability of hiking permits, ranger led or hired guide tour recommended

  21. Gooseberry Trail - Hiking

    Moab

    A fun 5.45-mile hike from the Island in the Sky region of Canyonlands National Park down to the White Rim 1,500 vertical feet below.

  22. Bike to Needles - Cycling

    Moab

    79-mile round-trip road ride through Indian Creek Recreation Area to Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. The route starts at the Junction of 191 and 211 40 miles south of Moab and ends at Big Spring Canyon Overlook.

  23. La Sal Loop - Cycling

    Moab

    The La Sal Loop Road ride is a 62-mile road bike ride with 5,500 ft. of climbing and descending through the La Sal Mountains, Castle Valley and along the Colorado River.

  24. Ken's Lake - Backpacking/Camping

    Moab

    Ken’s Lake is an open water reservoir south of Moab. Great place for SUP, fishing and there is camping near by.

  25. Kayenta Campground at Dead Horse Point State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    Moab

    Kayenta Campground is a stellar spot campground. There are 21 sites, each hold eight people. There are also three yurts available to rent, they sleep six people each. The campsite is a 5-minute walk from Dead Horse Point, the perfect place for a sunrise or sunset.