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Delicate Arch

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Moab - Things to Know and FAQs

Got Water?

THE ESSENTIALS

• Hydration is essential in the desert, even in winter.Take and drink lots of water as you explore. Protect yourself from the sun by using sunscreen, wearing a hat and light-colored clothing. Wear sturdy shoes.
• GPS is often not be reliable in the Moab area. 
Carry a map of the area you will be exploring and take lots of water with you. The CNHA webstore offers area maps and guides for your adventures  and at the Moab Information Center.

Biological Soil Crust• Help protect the fragile desert: Protect the dark, lumpy biological soil crust by walking only on trails, rock, or in sandy washes (where water flows when it rains), and keep all vehicles and bikes on designated roads.

• Let a friend or relative know where you are going and when you'll be back when you go out hiking or exploring. Notify them when you return. 

 

FAQs

What is the best time to visit Moab?  April through May, and September through October have the best weather, with daytime temperatures averaging 60° to 85° F (15.5° to 29° C). But, these are also peak visitation times. Summers have less crowds, but are hot, with daytime temperatures averaging in the 90°s (32° C), sometimes exceeding 100° F (38° C). Winter weather varies, but is often mild with little snow in the Moab Valley. Higher elevation areas, however, may not be accessible due to snow and ice.

What’s the weather like?  Visit CNHA's Moab Weather page for information and current conditions or stop by the Moab Information Center for the latest weather, road and trail conditions.

Where can I get Internet access? The Grand County Public library offers several public access computers and free WiFi. The Moab Information Center also has free WiFi. Most  hotels and restaurants offer complimentary WiFi.

Is there a shopping mall in Moab? Moab doesn’t have a mall or a Wal-Mart. But downtown Moab shops offer fun shopping and can supply most everything you will need. Moab also has two full size grocery stores, an express grocery store, plus a health food store, and a liquor store.

Where can I hike with my dog? While pets are not permitted on trails in Arches or Canyonlands National Parks, leased pets are allowed on lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service. BLM's Popular Hiking Trails Guide has lots of dog-friendly hikes listed. In the La Sal Mountains, hikes such as Miners Basin to Warner Lake Trail, Gold Knob, and Warner to Oowah Lake are good options. Avoid busy bike trails such as the Whole Enchilada, Burro Pass, and Hazard County. There are bears in the mountains, so leash your pet to keep it safe.

Where can I drive my jeep, ATV or trail bike? There are thousands of miles of two- and four-wheel drive routes in the Moab area to explore. Learn more about motorized routes in the Moab area by visiting:
• DiscoverMoab.com:  4-Wheel Drive Trails and ATV/UTV Riding, and Dirt Bike Riding and Motorcycle Trails. web pages.If you have specific questions, contact the Bureau of Land Management:  Moab Field Office - 435-259-2100; Monticello Field Office - 435-587-1500.
• Manti-La Sal National Forest recreation website.
NOTE: Motorized travel is limited to designated routes and all vehicles are required to stay on the route.

Do I need an OHV permit for my ATV/UTV/dirt bike? All OHVs must display a current OHV registration sticker when operated or transported on Utah's public lands or roads. Non-residents – Owners of ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles and unlicensed off-highway motorcycles brought into Utah by non-residents must obtain a non-resident permit for their machine. (OHV permits are not required for street legal, licensed off-highway motorcycles.) Non-resident permits cost $30 and are available at the Moab Information Center and other vendors. Utah has a mutual agreement with some states not to charge non-resident fees. Visit Utah’s Off-Highway-Vehicles for OHV registration and permit information.

I'm camping, where can I get a shower?

Moab Recreation and Aquatic Center
374 Park Avenue
435-259-8226
Lazy Lizard Hostel 
1213 S Highway 191
435-259-6057
Moab Cyclery
391 S Main St.
(435) 259-7423
Poison Spider Bicycles
497 N. Main St.
800-635-1792

 

OK RV Park
3310 Spanish Valley Dr.
435-259-1400
Moab Rim RV Campark
1900 S. Highway 191
435-259-5002
Pack Creek Campground
1520 Murphy Lane
435-259-2982
Slickrock Campground
1301 - 1/2 N. Highway 191
435-259-7660
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