Moab vacations give you access to the stunning red rocks of the Arches National Park, where you can spend hours walking through natural rock formations that have been evolving for eons. With Moab car rentals, you'll also have access to Canyonlands National Park, less than an hour away. From there, you can tour the Island in the Sky and be on top of the world. Meanwhile, at the Dead Horse Point State Park, you can watch the Colorado River carve its path through the surrounding mountains. Only 20 miles away from Moab, you'll find the La Sal Mountains, which reach heights of almost 13,000 feet.
Recurring Festivals and Events
There's always something fun to do in Moab, so you'll want to look at hotels in Moab that put you close to the excitement. If you're planning a visit in September, be sure to include the Moab Music Festival on your to-do list, where you can enjoy jazz and traditional music amongst stunning red sandstone cliffs. In addition to great music, Moab has a reputation as a destination for outdoor enthusiasts. If you enjoy active events, you may want to head to Moab in November for the Moab Trail Marathon. The race is a half marathon that winds through the scenic Kane Creek Corridor.
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Accommodation in Moab
Are you getting ready for a trip to Moab? Take your time browsing the 40 hotels listed on Travelocity's Moab hotels guide and make your booking as soon as you're ready.
If you and your family are after a high-end experience, you might like to stay at the Gateway Canyons Resort, A Noble House Resort or the Sorrel River Ranch Resort. Or, perhaps the 57 Robber's Roost or the Moab Under Canvas might be more appropriate right now.