Sallie Shatz

Moab

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  1. Red Rock Bakery and Cafe

    Moab

    Red Rock Bakery & Cafe is the local coffee shop you dream of finding in every town. Good coffee, free WiFi, home made baked goods, a local newspaper and resident artist that creates in the coffee shop.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. Eddie McStiff's Restaurant and Bar

    Moab

    Eddie McStiff’s opened for business in 1992 and is one of the oldest and best restaurants and bars in Moab, Utah. Perfect place for post activity beer, to watch a big game, listen to live music, play foosball or pool or have an excellent meal.

  8. Wake & Bake Cafe

    Moab

    Wake & Bake Cafe is in Eddie McStiff’s (Plaza) They serve Breakfast from 7am-11:30am and Lunch from 11:30am-3pm. Enjoy their authentic French crepes, they are a must, their salads are huge and milkshakes or coffee are perfect for browsing their free Wifi on soft comfortable couches.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. Milt's Stop & Eat

    Moab

    Oldest restaurant in Moab featuring Buffalo and cow burgers locally sourced, hormone-free, grass-fed meat. Homemade ice cream from local happy cows.

  13. Love Muffin

    Moab

    The Love Muffin, located on Main St. Moab, Utah has a wide selection of Breakfast and Lunch options from the sweet to the savory. Excellent coffee, locally sourced food, homemade baked goods, jams and sauces.

  14. EklectiCafe

    Moab

    EklectiCafe is an exotic experience in coffee, food and decor. Drink a Cuban coffee inside or out while admiring exotic art and jewelry from around the world. Organic, local sourced, unique food with interesting combinations.

  15. Paradox Pizza

    Moab

    Located on the south end of town, Paradox Pizza specialized in East Coast Style Thin crusts with a variety of toppings, salads, appetizers and desserts. The pizza crust, tomato sauce, salad dressing and desserts are homemade. The cheesecake is the real thing, the owner's great grandmother's recipe.

  16. Moab Brewery

    Moab

    Moab's only microbrewery featuring eleven 9% home-brews. Wide selection of appetizers, salads, vegetarian, burger and from the range options.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. Miguel's Baja Grill

    Moab

    Miguel's Baja Grill is the best Seafood and the best Mexican food in Moab, Utah. They have excellent handmade margaritas, perfectly salted chips and salsa and they make your food to order.

  21. 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.

  22. Sabaku Sushi

    Moab

    Sabaku Sushi opened in 2010, and are open starting at 5pm Wednesdays through Saturdays. They have happy hour specials from 5-6pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

  23. Desert Bistro

    Moab

    Desert Bistro, fine dining and wine menu. They have just finished an extensive remodel of the original dance in Moab built in 1892. In the remodel they have dug and built a wine cellar, it is available for private parties of 8 people.

  24. The Peace Tree Juice Cafe

    Moab

    The Peace Tree Juice Bar is open from 7am to 10pm. Their juices are excellent. They also serve a full menu of farm-to-table food (when available.) It's a warm friendly environment with a great heart.

  25. 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.