Top 5 Moab Hikes you Can’t Miss out on
Blue skies and deep red rocks of Moab are an absolute breathtaking view! Moab is a central location to stay when visiting Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park. Arches contains the greatest density of natural sandstone arches in the world. We love visiting Moab for hiking and we’ve listed the top 5 Moab hikes!
For where to stay in Moab, best things to do and see, and ways to save money check out our Moab Travel Guide.
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Helpful Tips: Moab temperatures are very hot in the months from June-October, sometimes reaching 100 degrees. We enjoy going in April or October when the weather isn’t this hot and you can hike in mid 60 to high 70 degree temperatures. If you do go in the summer, be prepared with lots of water and sunscreen. Especially if you are going to be going on one of the Moab hikes!
We recommend staying in Moab for at least 3 days to take your time enjoying the area and allowing enough time to hike the following trails.
Although they see over one millions visitors each year, Moab is a very small town and accommodations need to booked in advance. Moab has a variety of hotels, Vrbo’s or RV/campgrounds. A great way to visit Moab and the surrounding National Parks is to rent an RV.
Top 5 Must Do Moab Hikes
Not only does Moab give you a two National Parks to visit nearby, with countless Moab hikes but has many other activities you can enjoy such as rafting, mountain biking, and Jeep off roading. If you are planning on visiting other southern Utah destinations check our our Top 10 Things to do in St George, Utah with kids!
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