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Moab’s Trail Ambassadors station themselves at popular trailheads to help spread messages about responsible recreation and safety.
Ephemeral pools, also known as potholes, are natural sandstone basins that collect rainwater and sediment, creating small desert ecosystems. Tim Graham describes the ecology and nature of these extraordinary ecosystems.
Everything you need to know to complete Utah’s OHV On-line Education Course certification PLUS why these issues are so important to everyone who enjoys off-road motor sports in Utah. Utah law now requires all OHV operators to complete the online Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Education Course. Operators under the age of 18 shall possess a youth OHV education certificate in order to operate an OHV on public land, road or trail.
You know Moab for our famous landmarks and national parks. What you might not know is how much that’s still waiting to be discovered if you’re willing to broaden your horizons. On your next trip, make time to seek out destinations and experiences beyond your usual go-tos. You might end up finding a new favorite place—or even an entirely new perspective.
Tadpole Shrimp are one of many fantastic species found in Moab’s ephemeral pools. Retired USGS Research Scientist Tim Graham talks about what makes them special.
To most people it looks like dirt, but to the desert it’s a critical part of a healthy ecosystem. Amazing macro video lets you see Moab’s living soil crust in a tiny new light! This is the first in a series of new science and nature videos on Moab’s fragile desert landscape.
OHV tips for your Moab, Utah Adventure – Designated Trails.
OHV tips for your Moab, Utah Adventure – Pack it in, pack it out.
OHV tips for your Moab, Utah Adventure – Driving in town.
Off-road backcountry guide John Marshall offers tips on what you can do to lessen your impact on our motorized trails in the greater Moab area. Help us keep our motorized trails open and sustainable.
People flock to Moab’s public lands because they’re beautiful – hikers, mountain bikers, jeepers, side by sides and motorcycles all share this beautiful landscape. With such diverse groups, here’s good advice on how to have an awesome adventure. Be prepared and keep the land beautiful for when you come back next time!
Grand County Economic Development is committed to making Moab a destination where life’s big adventures are accessible to everyone.
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs. See how they can empower visitors to the public lands surrounding Moab, Utah.
David Steward and his band perform “Do It Like A Local” at various locations in and around Moab, Utah.
Moab gets visited by millions of people each year, so we have the opportunity to lead by example when it comes to sustainability.
Celebrating the Slickrock Bike Trail in Moab, Utah.
With millions of adventure-seeking visitors every year, the Moab area has the highest incidence of search and rescue calls in the state of Utah. Here are tips from the experts on how “not” to get rescued.
Some great tips about hiking in the Moab area.
The National Ability Center can help people of all ability levels access Moab’s world famous mountain biking trails.
Packing the right supplies in your day pack is essential for your next adventure in Moab.
ACT Campground and Learning Center in Moab, Utah is a green-integrated camp park that models the ways commercial or residential properties can be environmentally friendly.
Utah Highway Patrol Officer Lt. Tyler Roberts explains Utah’s new law (5/2019) on Lane Filtering for motorcycles. Moab has some of the most scenic highways and byways in the west – share the road and drive safe!
UTVs – Side by Sides – are an amazing way to explore the public lands around Moab, Utah. With their booming popularity comes a responsibility to be prepared when you hit the trail, to know trail etiquette, and to leave the land beautiful for the next generation to enjoy. Here’s a quick guide of what you need to know!
For those with a real sense of adventure, you can’t beat the excitement of canyoneering and rappelling near Moab, Utah.
Cooling down in the La Sal Mountains doesn’t mean you can’t heat up your adventure. Just 20 miles south of Moab the ultimate Weekend Getaway awaits!
The public lands surrounding Moab have some of the darkest skies remaining in the contiguous 48 United States. As few as one in ten Americans lives in an area where they can see the estimated 2,500 stars that should be visible under normal conditions. Every visit to Moab should include some time under the stars.
Here’s the intro trailer for the new “Welcome to Moab” 4K theater film – now playing at the Moab Information Center in Utah. When you visit Moab, come experience the theater film to see what you’re missing! Moab is the launching point into some of the most spectacular and magical landscapes in the world! Definitely can’t see it all in one visit.
National Parks Photographer Frank Lee Ruggles talks about photographing the Moab area, including Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and Dead Horse Point State Park. Presented in stunning 4K!
Journey to Moab, Utah in this inspiring look at the breathtaking scenery and activities that are possible in this amazing part of the world. There truly is no place like Moab.
Every trip to Moab should include some time on the scenic byways that parallel the Colorado river north of Moab. Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway (U-128) and Potash-Lower Colorado River Scenic Byway (U-279) offer jaw dropping scenery along every twist and turn. Popular activities include camping, hiking, paddle boarding, kayaking and river rafting.
Moab’s extensive and challenging trail system is unlike any other in the world.
The off-season (November-February) is a great time to visit Moab. With unmatched solitude, spectacular views, and discounted rates, the off-season in Moab is fast becoming one of the most rewarding times to visit. Enjoy year round access to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park and hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails.

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