Moab is a hiking and outdoor adventure paradise in the southeast corner of Utah! It is home to Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park as well as many spots to explore! Here are a few to get you started!
Arches National Park
Arches National Park is a collection of incredible arches and other rock formations.
Arches National Park is a remarkable landscape, with fascinating arches and other cool rock formations in southwest Utah near Moab.The most famous hike in Arches National Park is the iconic Delicate Arch!
Landcape Arch is the longest arch in the park and the trail includes two other arches!
Sand Dune Arch is the most fun for kids and has the most diverse rock formations to climb on.
Unique rock formations can be found in Park Avenue
Canyonlands National Park
Canyonlands National Park is so dramatic! The Island in the Sky District is close to Moab, but because you can’t easy traverse the canyons, The Needles District is 90+ minutes from Moab and The Maze District is practically inaccessible.
The easiest and most photographed hike in Canyonlands is Mesa Arch.
Dead Horse Point
Other Moab Area Hikes
See petroglyphs and dinosaur tracks in the short scramble near Moab.
Cool off with fishing, swimming or kayaking at Ken’s Lake
30 minutes south of Moab is Wilson Arch, right by the roadside.