Attractions and Things To See in Moab Utah

Attractions in Moab Utah >>>

Hole N The Rock
A unique 5,000 square foot home and gift shop carved directly into the sandstone cliff. Open all year round with guided tours.

Hole N The Rock
11037 South Highway 191
Moab, Utah 84532

Canyonlands By Night
P.O. Box 328 Moab, Utah 84532
Some of their offerings include:
World famous Sound and Light Show
Colorado River Jet Boat Tours
Colorado River Whitewater Rafting
Scenic Sunset Jet Boat Tours
4×4 Excursions
Hummer Adventures
ATV Tours
Tomcar Adventures
Horseback Riding
Arches Bus Tour
Jeep Rental

Dan O’Laurie Museum
Archaeological, Geological and Historical Exhibits. Winter Hours are Monday – Thursday 3:00pm to 7:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 1:00 to 7:00 p.m. Closed Sundays

118 East Center Street
Moab, UT 84532
435 259-7985

Bar M Chuckwagon
Live Western Show and Cowboy Supper

4X4 Off Roading- Jeep Rentals
Moab has some of the best 4X4 trails in the country. Difficulties range from easy to super difficult. You can rent a 4 wheel drive Jeep right in town, load up your friends and family and head out to explore the canyon country.

ATV Tours & Rentals
The Moab area has countless trails to go riding on your ATV. You can participate in a guided tour or rent an ATV in town for your own adventure.

Horseback Riding
The Moab area has wonderful equestrian trails on BLM, National Park and US National Forest Lands. Overnight boarding and veterinary services available too.

Moab is not just the mountain biking mecca, it’s an unknown hiking mecca too! Sshhhhh….
Short desert hikes, hikes to arches, hikes to waterfalls, hikes to ancient indian ruins, hikes on slickrock, pioneer cabins, old mines, you name it and it’s here.

Mountain Biking
The quantity and excellent quality of Mountain Biking in Moab is just plain silly. It’s soooooo good!! Check out the list and descriptions of trails plus info for bike shops and bike rentals.

Off Road Motorcycle Riding & Tours
The famous slickrock trail, klondike bluffs, gemini bridges… the list goes on and on. If you’ve got a dirt bike or dual sport motorcycle you’re in for a treat. Hundreds of miles of dirt, desert and slickrock trails / roads await you. Don’t have a bike or can’t bring it? Join one of the excellent Motorcycle touring companies in Moab that will supply your bike and a guide. Single and multi day trips are available.

National Parks
Moab is the home base for two of the country’s finest National Parks, Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park.

Rock Art Viewing and Moab Area Archaeology
Humans have left their art in Moab for thousands of years on the cliff walls. Within a short distance from town you can view dozens of petroglyphs left by ancient man. If you have time you’ll also want to take a day trip to Hovenweep or visit Newspaper Rock in the Needles area of Canyonlands.

Rafting, Kayaking & Canoeing
The Colorado River is literally on the edge of town. There are a number of local companies who offer rafting, kayaking and canoeing trips from several hours to several days.

Rock Climbing
The Moab area offers some of the best crack climbing in the country. Nearby is the legendary Indian Creek cracks, multi pitch desert towers, bouldering, Potash Road and sport climbing in the secretive Mill Creek Canyon. Of course, Moab is the base camp for your climbing trip and offers several climbing shops and local guides.

Dinosaur Tracks
There were some big lizards in the back yard of Moab millions of years ago and they left their footprints to prove it. Several locations in and around Moab you can view their actual footprints fossilized in the stone. Or, visit the local rock and fossil shop and town and see the some amazing dinosaur fossils. You never know, you may find your own!

Moab is known as thrill seeker heaven so of course you should be able to sky dive here! Canyonlands Airport nearby offers sky diving trips over some very spectacular scenery.

Main Street Moab is a shopping paradise if you’re looking for the unusual, eclectic or unique. Native American art, outdoor shops, souvenirs, art and photo galleries and outdoor clothing are just some of the few options available.