Moab, Utah, is home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. It is, undeniably, surrounded by some of the most stunning red rock landscapes on Earth. Moab’s unique combination of small resort town hospitality, beautiful scenery and the cool waters of the Colorado River has made it one of the most sought after destinations in the American Southwest.
The Small List
Best Places to Stay
Sorrel River Ranch Resort and Spa – Where luxury meets adventure on 240 acres of Utah ranch land. Sorrel River Ranch is a luxury resort with all of the services and amenities. Receive the personal touch and hospitality of a traditional ranch. Above all, fill every moment with adventure, discovery, or nothing at all.
Red Cliffs Lodge – Discover Red Cliffs Lodge nestled along the banks of the Colorado River, surrounded by 2,000 ft. steep cliff walls where all guest rooms are located along the water. Top off your experience with an award-winning wine from their very own Castle Creek Winery
Sunset Grill – The oldest operating restaurant in Moab with a “Million Dollar View” and amazing food to match.
Things to Do
Arches National Park – Windows to the Universe! Arches National Park in Moab, Utah is host to the largest concentration of awe-inspiring, natural arches in the world. A red rock wonderland!
Grandstaff Trail – Previously, this trail was called Negro Bill Canyon Trail, but it is now referred to as Grandstaff Canyon. William Grandstaff was an African American prospector who settled in Moab in 1877, becoming the first non-Caucasian pioneer to do so.