Sallie Shatz

Moab

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  1. Juniper Campground at Sand Flats - Backpacking/Camping

    Moab

    Of the 120 camping sites in the Sand Flats Recreation Area, Juniper offers 17 of the most scenic sites. With views of the La Sal Mountains and Red Rock formations below, this is a lovely place to camp.

  2. Whole Enchilada - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    The classic 30-mile downhill from 11,000 feet at Burro Pass to 4,000 feet at the Colorado River. Nearly always shuttled!

  3. White Rim - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    The White Rim Trail is a 100+ mile mountain bike trip that should be done once in a lifetime. Few things are as amazing as this experience. Most do the trip in 3-4 days with a group of 15 people. Some over the top, fit, experienced mountain bikers can accomplish this in a day. That is not recommended nor advised.

  4. Slickrock - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    The Slickrock Bike Trail is 9.5-miles of slickrock riding with sections of sand. This area is infamous and part of what put Moab on the adventure sports map.

  5. Porcupine Rim - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    14.4-mile classic Moab mountain biking trail. The Porcupine Rim starts 7 miles into the Sand Flats Recreation Area, ascends to the rim overlooking Castle Valley and then descends to River Road, 128, eight miles from town.

  6. Navajo Rocks - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    Nineteen miles of stellar, well planned intermediate and advanced mountain biking trails with gorgeous scenery. Deep sand and goofy fun slickrock mountain biking trails.

  7. Hymasa/Captain Ahab Loop - Mountain Biking

    Moab

    Double black diamond hard mountain biking in gorgeous scenery above the Colorado River on the Amasa Mesa.

  8. Long Canyon - Climbing

    Moab

    Think dreams of splitter cracks in Wingate Sandstone, think Indian Creek and it’s 30 minutes from Moab.

  9. Lighthouse Tower - Climbing

    Moab

    Lighthouse, Dolomite and Big Bend Butte host six 2-pitch to 4-pitch climbs rated 5.10 to 5.12+. Five of the climbs are rated 4-star, one is rated 3-star.

  10. Indian Creek - Climbing

    Moab

    World famous Indian Creek Recreation Area. It is crack city, huge, long splitter cracks that will eat racks of camming devices. Almost all of the climbing routes are trad and the pain levels are mostly in the 5.10-5.12 range.

  11. Ice Cream Parlor - Climbing

    Moab

    Ice Cream Parlor is 7.2 miles from Moab, has 26 climbs of different levels. With some of the few easier routes in Moab, it can be crowded and guides tend to flock here.

  12. Mary Jane Canyon - Hiking

    Moab

    Mary Jane Canyon hike is an 8.7-mile hike along streambed in a canyon that narrows to less than 100 feet wide with walls to almost 200 feet tall. At the turnaround, there is a double spouted waterfall caused by a large wedged rock splitting the water’s flow.

  13. Mill Creek Parkway - Hiking

    Moab

    Community paved pathway system from the east side to the west side of Moab along Mill Creek. Perfect for kids, young families with strollers, quiet walk or short paved run.

  14. Moab's Sand Hill - Hiking

    Moab

    100 ft. tall by 100 ft. wide patch of steep sand to hike and play in. Great place to let your kids wear themselves out before or after a long car ride to or from Moab.

  15. Syncline Loop - Hiking

    Moab

    Syncline loop is an 8.4-mile loop around Upheaval Dome, the site a meteor hit 200 million years ago. This hike is for experienced backcountry adventurers. By adding pre-hike joint to viewpoint for an overall perspective and the 4 miles into the crater, this a 12.4 mile demanding day.

  16. Moab Rotary Park - Hiking

    Moab

    Coolest Park ever! It’s easy to play hard in Moab, the Rotary Park is the perfect place for a picnic in the shade, playing on a playground, fun in the musical instrument area, watch hummingbirds or play in the river.

  17. Moab Canyon Parkway - Cycling

    Moab

    The Moab Canyon Pathway is an 17 mile out and back paved path from a mile north of Moab heading north past Arches National Park to route 313, the turn off to Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park.

  18. Lathrop Canyon - Hiking

    Moab

    This is a stellar hike, best distance hike in the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park. It is long, has huge exposure and a steep section descending and ascending the 2600 ft. to the White Rim.

  19. Ancient Arts Fischer Tower - Climbing

    Moab

    Ancient Arts is a desert classic. Six pitch route up a 250 ft. structure in Fisher Towers, a geologic formation that resembles drip sand castles made at the beach.

  20. River Road Trail - Road Running

    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. Road running through breath taking gorge formed by Sandstone walls.

  21. Pipe Dream - Trail Running

    Moab

    Pipe Dream is a beautiful rolling trail above Moab and along the wall that defines the western side of town. It can be an out and back or a loop covering up to 9.4 miles and 1000 vertical feet.

  22. Neck Spring Trail - Trail Running

    Moab

    Neck Spring is a 5.8-mile trail starting at The Neck within the Island in the Sky portion of Canyonlands National Park. It’s rolling, had some shade, a spring, great views and lots of history.

  23. Lollipop of Chesler Park Joint Trail - Trail Running

    Moab

    Lollipopping Chesler Park and The Joint Trail is one of the best runs in the Moab area. The first and last 2.9 miles to and from Chestler Park are the same trail. From an overview point, the pass through into Chestler Park (a great lunch spot) making a loop of Chesler Park and the The Joint Trail adds five miles.

  24. Crackhouse Bouldering

    Moab

    Six bouldering problems in the roof of a tunnel that range from 5 to 10 feet off the ground in a 20 foot tall rock structure featuring The Crack House an 85 foot long, 5.13 bouldering problem across the roof of a cave with two entrances.

  25. Upheaval Dome - Backpacking/Camping

    Moab

    Upheaval Dome is the site a meteor hit 200 million years ago. This backpacking trip has several options and is for experienced backcountry adventurers. Hike to the mouth of Upheaval Dome, 3.6 miles from the trailhead and camp. From there there is a 4-mile round trip hike to explore the inside of the Dome or 7.4-mile round trip hike to the Green River.