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Canyonlands National Park Half-Day Tour from Moab
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Experience the rugged terrain of Canyonlands National Park with 4-wheel drive transportation on a half-day tour from Moab. Your guide expertly drives the switchback on White Rim Road to places where you can view steep canyon walls and the remains of ancient Pueblo civilizations. Go to the stunning Island in the Sky district, Gooseneck Overlook, and Musselman Arch, and stop regularly for photo ops of Utah’s natural beauty. <br><br>No need to take on the hair-raising drive yourself when booking this tour<br><br>Cover more ground in a 4WD vehicle<br><br>Hear live commentary from your guide <br><br>Includes cold beverages, and round-trip transport from Moab
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As already noted by others, this trail is NOT marked on any map nor is there a road-side sign saying "False Kiva Trailhead". The cordoned off False Kiva itself at the end of this hike is a Class II Archaeological Site. There is no excuse under the Island in the Sky sun that gets
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Check with Rangers before attempting to visit. This site was closed in Fall of 2018 due to vandalism and has not yet been reopened as of this time (April 2019)
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First, the trail is not on park maps, so it isn't marked, BUT that being said there is a well marked trail to the kiva. Even though this is a short hike you climb up and down a lot over ledges and rocks, so be prepared. The kiva sits high in an alcove and the the views from the
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Reading there were no map or markings on the trail to False Kiva, I was nervous hiking on this trail. But I was wrong. There are plenty of cairns along the route. I even added some to help other fellow hikers. I believed without the cairns, it will be very difficult to
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