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Moab: Colorado River Sunset Boat Tour with Optional Dinner

1. Moab: Colorado River Sunset Boat Tour with Optional Dinner

The tour departs the flat waters of the Colorado River and chases the sun as it hides behind the canyon walls, painting the sky and surrounding scenery with a rich palette of colors. Relax on board the boat and marvel at the spectacular and unique views that are only visible from the water. Along the way, discover an old Indian granary, ancient petroglyphs, and fascinating arches that enrich the landscape with history. After a leisurely 1.5 hour cruise, your skillful guide turns the boat around for the return journey to the dock. Upon arrival at the private dock, enjoy an optional western-style Dutch oven dinner against the backdrop of the Colorado River. This cowboy inspired dinner is cooked all day to create the authentic and rich dishes of BBQ beef, BBQ pork, BBQ chicken, cowpoke potatoes, sweet baked beans, homemade rolls, pasta salad, and much more. There's also an array of bottomless soft drinks and desserts to end the meal, as well as a selection of vegetarian friendly options.

Moab: Hell's Revenge 4WD Off-Road Tour by Kawasaki UTV

2. Moab: Hell's Revenge 4WD Off-Road Tour by Kawasaki UTV

Climb aboard a Kawasaki UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle) for an adrenaline thrill on the Hell’s Revenge Trail of Moab. Drive a specialized 4WD vehicle, with the confidence of knowing you are following a professional guide. Hell's Revenge is like a slow moving roller coaster; except it’s on slickrock! Drive across petrified mountains of rock that look like sand dunes. Although known as “slickrock,” it's actually gritty like sand paper; and unlike anything else you’ve experienced before. Along the way, stop for panoramic views from the Colorado River Overlook, and see authentic dinosaur tracks. Travel in convoys of no more than 5 vehicles for a more intimate and personal experience. Anyone over the age of 21 can drive one of the buggies if they have a valid drivers license, and are comfortable driving on terrain with steep slopes and cliffs. Each vehicle can accommodate up to 4 people.

From Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands Island in the Sky 4x4 Tour

3. From Moab: Half-Day Canyonlands Island in the Sky 4x4 Tour

Discover the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park on this exciting half-day tour by 4x4 vehicle. After pickup from your hotel in Moab, drive towards the national park, meandering alongside the river. Stop outside the park boundary to explore ancient Native American rock art that was carved into the cliffs by the Ancestral Puebloans. Continue to the jeep trail that leads up to the Island in the Sky district. Along the way, you'll stop at vistas such as Fossil Point and Musselman Arch. See the remarkable Gooseneck Overlook and travel along a section of the White Rim trail. Wind up the switchbacks of the famous Shafer Trail, and enjoy one last look out over the park before driving back to Moab.

Moab: Off-Road Hell's Revenge Trail Private Jeep Tour

4. Moab: Off-Road Hell's Revenge Trail Private Jeep Tour

Explore the Hell's Revenge Trail on a private off-road jeep tour. Admire the beautiful scenery including that of Arches National Park and the mighty Colorado River as your driver navigates the rugged terrain. Start with pickup from your accommodation in Moab. At the trailhead, begin your off-road adventure with a thrilling climb up a steep rock. Your driver will navigate a variety of inclined and rocky obstacles on a bumpy yet thrilling journey through the landscape. Make a stop to spot fascinating ancient dinosaur footprints in vibrant red rocks. Continue the journey towards a scenic overlook, where you can take in the fantastic views of Arches National Park and the Colorado River. See the vast Abyss Canyon and the imposing Angel's Arch. Then, head back to the starting point of the adventure.

Arches National Park: Half-Day Private Hiking Tour

5. Arches National Park: Half-Day Private Hiking Tour

Immerse yourself in the unforgettable sandstone arches and wilderness of Arches National Park on this hiking adventure tour with experienced guides. Gear up with included headlamps and ponchos and enjoy snacks. Get up-close to Arches National Park on foot. Join expert desert guides along historic footpaths weaving through the most iconic rock features in all of Utah. Hikes range from light walks on paved footpaths to rugged treks into the backcountry spanning several miles. Benefit from guides that customize every tour to fit you and your group’s ability and energy levels. This is the perfect morning adventure to get a taste of what Arches National Park has to offer.

Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

6. Utah: Private 2-Day Arches & Canyonlands National Park Tour

Spend two glorious days exploring the major attractions of the Arches and Canyonlands National Park, two must-sees for anyone visiting Utah. With your pre-booked accommodation and the expertise of your local guide, this 2-day adventure will be a convenient and memorable outing for you and your group. On the first day of your tour, become acquainted with the splendour of Arches National park, a rugged scenic landscape boasting unique red rock formations. Arches National Park claims over 2,000 arches, the largest concentration of natural arches in the world. Get to enjoy a 28.9 km winding drive through the parks beautiful vistas. Stop at many of the overlooks and roadside stops for those wanting a relaxed experience. There are also easy to moderate hiking trails for those who like to explore. On day two, visit the stunning Canyonlands National Park and marvel at the towering cliffs and deep canyons. Take short walks to overlooks and drive along the scenic roadway so you can see much of the park. Feel free to choose an optional short, moderate hike that leads to Mesa Arch, an unassuming arch whose fame is not for its size but it's placement as it clings to the cliff edge and picture frames an expanse that can be seen for 30 miles. Spend your evenings enjoying the desert in an intimate way as you discover remote canyons, seek out prehistoric dinosaur tracks, visit ancient rock art panels, watch the sunset from a clifftop overlook, or see the stars in a certified dark sky park.

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What people are saying about Moab

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

On “the launch pad”, looking practically straight up to the sky, not able to see the road ahead, you might think our family might be a bit nervous? Not even close, we were ready to roll. Brenden, our off road guide, told us what to expect, the awesome views we would see and how we would get there. As we spoke, it was evident he grew up outdoors and driving us through Hells Revenge was probably the safest thing he did on a regular basis. Riding mountain bikes, high speed bullet motorcycles and climbing were all well much more dangerous to us, but he had an incredible respect for the potential problems inherent in outdoor activities. That knowledge made us at ease and able to enjoy the ride. The Jeep was a technological marvel and was amazing itself. We had a great time overall and the ride was the highlight of our Moab adventures.

Tyler was a phenomenal guide! We are avid hikers and this was our first time using a guide. We did so knowing we had limited time in the park and wanted to make use of our time, we are very happy we did. Other than the park itself Tyler knew about the plants, rocks, and history of the area. Tyler would be a great tour guide no matter what your level of expertise is. We would absolutely book with him again!

Tristan was a fantastic local guide! Super private experience in Canyonlands. Saw dinosaur bones, horned sheep, lizards, Musselman Arch, rock climbers, and the Thelma & Louise site. Shafer Trail was an amazing experience. Highly recommend this tour for those wanting to seek adventure and see Canyonlands in an unique way.

Enjoyed a very interesting and educational boat ride. Our guide Brandon was very entertaining and shared lots of great information about the river, mountains, and the Moab area. Dinner was not so great but was nice to have some time to meet some of the other people on the boat.

Our guide Danny was awesome!! The entire ride was wonderful! We stopped at several lookout points - watched the sunset by the Colorado river and had GREAT photo opportunities ! Highly recommend to all!!