Venture to sights like Manti-La Sal National Forest as you discover the local area in La Sal.
Horseback Riding, Secluded and Mountains
With one of the world’s largest concentrations of naturally formed stone arches, this park provides memorable scenery and prompts great photography.
Experience tall buttes, vast mesas, deep canyons, rushing rivers and arid desert in southern Utah’s five national parks.
Explore the great outdoors at Dead Horse Point State Park, a lovely green space in Castle Valley. Check out the shops and top-notch restaurants in this walkable area.
Tackle the steep drops and boulder-strewn paths around the Hell's Revenge Trail as you hop behind the wheel of a Kawasaki Teryx 4x4. Follow an experienced off-road guide as you traverse the sandstone canyons to reach scenic vistas that offer stunning views of Moab and the La Sal Mountains.
Hop on a bike and pedal your way up the Klondike Bluff Trail from Moab to the edges of Arches National Park. Experience a variety of Moab's unique red-rock landscapes, including slickrock sandstone and short sections of bumpy terrain.
Embark on a family-friendly rafting trip on the Colorado River, celebrated for its soaring canyons and coursing rapids. Score classic vistas of the Southwestern United States and dive into splashy whitewater around an intriguing series of twists and turns, intermixed with ample sightseeing.
The iconic rock formations of Arches National Park are waiting for you, a display of contrasting color and texture that you won't find anywhere else. Get to know the iconic red sandstone with a knowledgeable guide as you explore the trails that run through the vast and open landscape.
Get a great introduction to the wonders of the Southwest on this half-day journey into the scenery of Canyonlands National Park. This 4x4 ride shows you a whole range of spectacular sights across the landscape, from the grand mesa of Island in the Sky to the artwork painted on ancient rock walls.
Your Utah-river-rafting day begins at the tour operator office in beautiful Moab. You’ll check in, meet your guide and then it’s off to the river. A scenic drive will take you to Onion Creek and the launch site.