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Moab Combo: Colorado River Rafting and Canyonlands 4X4 Tour
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Moab Combo: Colorado River Rafting and Canyonlands 4X4 Tour
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Marvel at some of Utah’s natural wonders on an activity-packed combo tour from Moab, a great choice for thrill seekers. Go off-road in a 4WD vehicle through Islands of the Sky in Canyonlands National Park while your guide shares the area’s fascinating history. Then, board your raft for a thrilling ride on the Colorado River. All equipment and lunch is included on this family-friendly tour, which doesn't require any previous rafting experience.
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Ashley Mantras wrote a review Feb 2020
Murrieta, California113 contributions43 helpful votes
We did this hike in just 2 short hours. Because we weren't prepared to hike my husband hiked with our 4-year-old in a back harness (she was in a dress and Native shoes). She could have easily done with the hike with multiple stops. The beginning kind of starts out weird because
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Date of experience: September 2019
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naturelover57 wrote a review Nov 2019
new jersey31 contributions15 helpful votes
The area is beautiful with gorgeous colors abound. Great shots if you are a photographer.The hike to the first viewpoint is uphill but fairly easy. The hike to the second viewpoint is much steeper to get to all the way to the top. I turned around before reaching the top, as it
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Dave and Karen D wrote a review Nov 2019
15 contributions2 helpful votes
After a moderate hike to the first overlook, we were presented with the stark and colorful remnants of what must have been a unique geological event. We then opted to follow the trail to a further and different perspective, one just as expansive and beautiful as the first.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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txpackerfan10 wrote a review Nov 2019
Arlington, Texas617 contributions79 helpful votes
I walked to the first overlook and turned around. Can do whatever thrills ya. I’m a lil chunky and was good enough lol
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Monica wrote a review Nov 2019
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Most likely NOT a meteor crater. The structure may have been initiated by a meteor impact, but is due primarily to the dissolution of a salt diapir. Many structures in the Moab area owe their formation to the dissolution of evaporites.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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