Sights & landmarks in Moab

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  • Stephen J
    7 contributions
    We were able to see some Pueblo Rock art just by the side of the road. The trail was easy and clearly marked for hikers.
    Written September 15, 2022
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  • 498cris
    Omaha, NE4 contributions
    We took the loop a couple of times as we were staying at Whispering Oaks--near the top. The Castle Rock side is the "scarier" side because it has several tight hairpin turns and drop offs. It is also the more exciting and has the best views when you are coming down it into Castle Rock.
    Written September 21, 2022
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  • AvalonGeorgia
    Georgia179 contributions
    Literally just outside of town (less than 5 minutes) on the road along the river. Pull offs along the road. Easy access, interesting drawings in the rocks.
    Written September 28, 2022
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  • GARY P
    Athens, AL6 contributions
    I love the drive along 129. I stayed 6 nights at Rustic Inn. It was a good place. Small, good pool, centrally located, clean and courteous. The drive to Castle Rock Valley along 129 was beautiful. That Loop back to Moab was great. I came into Moab from Cisco and through the river canyon on 129. Arches NP, Dead Horse Point State Park and Canyonlands NP were well worth the trip. Potash Road was interesting particularly near sunset when all the rock climbers are out. You have to eat at the Sunset Grill and catch a sunset. Breakfast at the Moab Diner is very good. Lots of places to visit. Tom Till's gallery of photographs and many more shops.
    I had a great time. I am planning to go back for 4 more days next year. I have to have my annual dose of red rock".
    Written August 15, 2022
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  • marypoppinswannabe
    Limerick, PA101 contributions
    Beautiful views from the road! But there are some short hikes also that are well worth taking. They give a different perspective the Needles.
    Written September 16, 2022
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  • T D
    Philadelphia, PA3,119 contributions
    One of the main attraction at the Arches National Park. Good amount of Parking spots and restrooms available. The trail is paved and easy to walk on. Walk up to the window - view is beautiful!
    Written March 12, 2021
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  • houstonnative47
    Missouri City, TX1,109 contributions
    This national scenic byway is a 512 mile drive if you were to drive it all. It covers part of western Colorado into eastern Utah. We drove from Rangely, CO to Fruita CO where we saw such interesting rock art. In Utah the only part we drove was Highway 128 which follows the Colorado River. What a fantastic drive! With each twist and turn of the road there are red rugged canyon walls and beautiful valleys with different shapes of rocks, spires and buttes. Well worth the drive!
    Written January 15, 2020
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  • rickb0109
    Fairfield, OH568 contributions
    Seeing the rock art! Stunning! The drive along to this rock is amazing. You leave the paved road and go on gravel. Its a little down hill walk to the rock but not overly hard.
    Written September 21, 2021
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  • PatMNrick
    Oronoco, MN160 contributions
    Only 50 families are members, so over 2/3rds of Sunday morning Mass were visitors. Nice playground across the street. Stations of the cross are really small.
    Written July 24, 2018
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  • John C
    Newport Beach, CA191 contributions
    Busy place with reasonably good food at a good price. This place is huge and often busy. It serves both root beer float and beer float. Our server did a great job.
    Written September 12, 2015
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  • brettyler
    Kennesaw, GA6 contributions
    Incredible day driving brand new Rubicon out to Hurrah Pass and Chicken Corners. Wendy and Zack super helpful with info. Highlight of our trip, would def rent from them again!
    Written September 29, 2022
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