Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are amazing places that people travel from all over the world to see and experience. Moab has many other hidden gems of natural beauty and outdoor recreation that you can explore this fall or winter on a Moab weekend vacation.
The Colorado River runs just north of Moab and carves beautiful canyons. It is an amazing experience to explore the Colorado River canyons for those that love rivers and canyons. The La Sal Mountains just south of Moab are beautiful mountains that rise out of the desert landscape. In just a few miles you can drive from the red rock desert landscape to the beautiful aspen landscape of the high elevation mountains. Native American pictographs and petroglyphs are common around Moab. If you enjoy exploring Native American historical sites and studying these areas, Moab is a treasure trove of sites to discover and explore. This fall, spend some time exploring around on a Moab weekend vacation.
The Moab area is well-known for mountain biking, hiking, and side by side trails. The trails are endless, and you could spend an entire lifetime exploring the trails and canyons around Moab with a mountain bike or side by side. This fall explore one or more of these spectacular trails on your Moab weekend vacation.
Visitors come from all over the world to see the world-famous red rock canyons and arches. Certain times of year hotel rooms and lodging for groups can be difficult to find in Moab due to the popularity of the recreation in this area. Slick Rock Lodge is perfect for groups looking for private lodging in the Moab area. The 5-bedroom building is ideal for groups under 20 people. The 10-bedroom building is perfect for groups of 20 to 50 people. Large groups over 50 people can rent the entire complex and have the entire property all to themselves. The Slick Rock Lodge is the perfect spot for groups to have privacy and seclusion, but conveniently located just a couple miles south of town making it easy to run into town for supplies, gas, or a bite to eat.