Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Moab Photography 2011 Details

The remarkable landscapes of Moab Utah, Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, Dead Horse Point State Park and the Colorado River corridor attract professional photographers willing to share insights on technique, composition, inspiration, field photography fundamentals spiced with comradelier. Here is the 2011 list of workshops based out of Moab Utah. Moab Transportation 2011 information is available also.



February 20 -24 2011

Joseph Rossbach will teach a variety of techniques—both in the field and in the classroom—that will allow you to advance both your technical skills and artistic vision. A number of professional field techniques are taught to help create dramatic and powerful nature images. Participants will work with dramatic light, including sunrise and sunset; get instruction on the fundamentals of powerful compositions; use long exposure techniques for incorporating time and motion into photographs; shoot night photography and abstract techniques.

April 1-6 2011

Panoramic Photography Workshop featuring Hasselblad H4D cameras and lenses. This is your opportunity to work with the GigaPan System, motorized and manual VR equipment, various stitching programs and Hasselbad’s Phocus software. Your instructors will be world-renowned panoramic photographers, Peter Lorber and Fred Yake along with post production specialist and photographer Courtenay Gilbert.

April 2-3 2011

Bob Maynard leads participants to shoot rock art, ruins and stunning rock formations. With favorable weather night light painting sessions will take place as well as sunset shots in Moab's surrounding parks. With enough interest get to shoot with Bob's Manfrotto pan head to capture panoramas.

April 29- May 2011

Winston C. Hall instructs ten participants to learn about field photography, developing photographic vision, digital workflow, Nikon Capture NX tutorial, and understanding the Exposure Trifecta.

May 2 - 5 2011

Tom Till and Jon Fuller manage an incredible journey of landscapes, wildflowers, cactus, sunsets, sunrise, Native American ruins and rock art accessed in Needles District of Canyonlands National Park by rugged 4WD, camping and photography.

May 11-15 2011

Bob Evans includes the photo locations of Arches National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Dead Horse Point and a moonlight shoot and lectures on light, composition, filters, the color zone system, Photoshop CS4, Lightroom, and Photomatrix HDR software.

May 12-15 2011

The Moab Photo Symposium is a collective of professional photographers: Bruce Hucko, Tom Till, Joan Myers, Jeff Vanuga, Michael Frye, Steve Traudt, Nat Coalson, Rod Hanna, and Rory Tyler.

July 2 or September 3 or October 22 2011

Bret Edge leads a Nature Photography Boot Camp in this 1 day Workshop in Moab Utah.

September 18-22 2011

Margo Pinkerton & Arnie Zann have planned early-morning and late-afternoon shoots; mid-day downloading of your images and processing with the latest version of Lightroom; daily critiques, both individual and group; and discussions on various aspects of photography, including digital workflow.

Oct 4- 8 2011

Working in Arches and Canyonlands 'Island-in-the-Sky' shooting, Salvatore Vasapoll also includes an evening shooting mountain bikers using wildlife techniques on the world famous Slickrock Trail. We will eat great Mexican food and taste the fine locally brewed beer.

Oct 24-28 2011

This workshop is geared for the intermediate to advanced photographer. Andy Cook focuses on instructing about appealing compositions of each location - Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point. Expect extensive discussions on equipment, exposure, metering, filters and Photoshop. Please bring any images you would like to have Andy critique.

Nov 6-12 2011

Tom Till on night skies, instructs about techniques of light painting, and photographing both star points and star trails in the spectacular natural scenery of the Moab area. In addition to the night landscape sessions, you will have the opportunity to learn from Jon Fuller too, plus photograph Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in prime landscape sunrise and sunset light as well.

November 17- 20 2011

Bret Edge leads guided photo excursions to learn the craft of nature photography. Shooting in Arches, Canyonlands and Dead Horse Point Parks. Classroom sessions are led by an Adobe Certified Expert designed to develop an efficient digital workflow using the latest versions of Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop.

Dec 5- 11 2011

Tom Till and Jon Fuller create a unique opportunity to learn to photograph the natural landscape of Arches and Canyonlands National Parks and the surrounding area in winter utilizing the most remarkable seasonal light. This workshop also discusses digital work flow, fine art printing, and post-processing techniques in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop.

Photographers Unite! 2011 Photography Workshops taking place in Moab Utah


February 20 -24 2011

Winter in Arches

Ramada Inn

Joseph Rossbach

March 27 – April 1 2011 sold out

April 1-6 2011 available

Hasselblad Panoramic

Red Cliffs Lodge

Peter Lorber

April 2& 3 2011

Colorado Plateau

Bob Maynard

Moab Valley Inn

April 29 – May 2 2011 &

May 10 – 13 2011

Nikonian Academy

Holiday Inn Express

Winston C. Hall

May 2 – 5 2011

The Needles District of Canyonlands

Tom Till


May 11-15 2011

Scenic Light - Lectures on light, composition, filters, the color zone system, Photoshop CS4, Lightroom, and Photomatrix HDR software
Bob Evans

May 12-15 2011

Moab Photo Symposium

Moab Arts and Recreation Center

Bruce Hucko, Tom Till, Joan Myers, Jeff Vanuga, Michael Frye, Steve Traudt, Nat Coalson, Rod Hanna, Rory Tyler

July 2 2011

Nature Photography Boot Camp Workshop

Bret Edge

September 3 2011

Nature Photography Boot Camp Workshop

Bret Edge

Spt 18-22 2011

Arches Photo Workshop

Moab Valley Inn

Margo Pinkerton & Arnie Zann

Oct 4- 8 2011

Arches & Canyonlands Photo Workshop

Salvatore Vasapoll

October 22 2011

Nature Photography Boot Camp Workshop

Bret Edge

Oct 24-28 2011

Arches / Canyonlands National Park Workshop

Hampton Inn

Andy Cook

Nov 6-12 2011

Arches National Park - Night Photography

Tom Till

November 17 - 20 2011

Nature Photography in Arches and Canyonlands Workshop

Bret Edge

Dec 5- 11 2011

Arches National Park Photography in Winter

Tom Till

Gonzo Inn

May – October 2011

Stand by for Nature Photography Boot Camp

Bret Edge

Get details for Moab Utah 2011 Transportation.

Photographers interested to coordinate a photography workshop situated out of the town of Moab in the gorgeous surroundings may find the website for Meetings and Events a rich resource for research for classroom spaces, group dinners, etc.

Thursday, December 16, 2010

May 2011 Moab XTERRA Triathlon - Registration is OPEN

Athletes are invited to register for the first annual Moab Triathlon.
Moab is enormously thrilled for it.
It is a USA Triathlon (USAT) sanctioned event.

The FULL triathlon looks like this:
1500M swim in Ken's Lake, a 40K Bike on the Steelbender trail, and a two-loop 10K run to Faux Falls finishing at the day use area of Ken's Lake.

For you road preferred bike athletes:
Start again with the 1500M swim in Ken's Lake, a 40K Bike on paved Spanish Valley Drive with an out-and-back to Pack Creek Ranch, then finish with the same two-loop 10K run to Faux Falls and day use area finish

Kids Triathlon
(ages 7-10), oh this is GOOD:
Starts with a 25M swim, 1.5 mile bike, and a 1/2 mile run.
The older kids (ages 11-14)
Swim 200M, bike 6K, and finish with a 1 mile run.

OR XTERRA Moab 5K trail run to Faux Falls is yet another available race.

Keep your soles training.
See you in Moab in May!

Athletes and Race Directors interested in developing competition in Moab will find a rich resource with Moab Utah Meetings and Events. It is a department of the Moab Travel Council, distributing free information and providing free consultations.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Reconstruction to Begin on Mineral Bottom Road Switchbacks near Moab and Canyonlands National Park's White Rinm Trail

Contact: Melinda Brimhall, Grand County Council Administrator

Phone: 435-259-1347

Fax: 435-259-2574

E-mail: melindabrimhall@grand.utah.gov

Reconstruction to Begin on Mineral Bottom Road Switchbacks

On December 2, 2010 Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) of the United States Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Highway Administration issued a contract to KSUE Corporation of Moab, Utah, to commence immediate reconstruction of switchbacks on Mineral Bottom Road (Grand County Route 129). Construction is anticipated to commence December 13, 2010 and is expected to continue through spring of 2011. CFLHD will be administering the project, including contract management, throughout the duration of the construction process. During the construction process, access to the switchback and construction area will be restricted and no public admittance will be allowed.

In August of 2010, a storm destroyed the switchbacks, making the road impassable. Grand County partnered with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office to apply for funding through USDOT’s program of Emergency Relief for Federally Owned Roads.

Grand County wishes to express appreciation to countless stakeholders for the public support of this project. Specifically, staff from the BLM Moab Field Office took immediate and critical measures in obtaining emergency funding for reconstruction of the road. Additionally, efforts of staff from Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park, as well as support from Governor Herbert and Congressman Matheson, helped to secure emergency federal funds for the road’s reconstruction.

Melinda Brimhall

County Council Administrator

Grand County

125 E Center St.

Moab, UT 84532

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Moab for Bicycles: Mountain Bike, Road Cycling, BMX

Moab has been known for three decades now for mountain biking. The petrified sand dunes have become a challenge of balance and technique, plying knobby tires to various degrees of slickrock angles and pitches. The Moab mountain bike trails have evolved from old uranium mining accesses turned 4-wheel drive route. More recently, single track trails are being approved by land administrators and built by volunteers, in many cases. The City of Moab, has, this whole year, been developing new bike lanes and bridges, paved segments in the Mill Creek Pathway and a dirt trail aloft in the valley’s west cliff wall. The collaboration between government and private industry has produced the Intrepid Trail System at Dead Horse Point State Park and more. Mountain biking breeds alliances.

On the scene, came the Moab Skinny Tire Festival. The Festival organizers have changed the name to Skinny Tire Events as they have developed a mid-summer moonlight ride and a fall Moab Century Tour too. Moab sees more road cyclists visiting. The Italian style Gran Fondo bike event dons the May event calendar in Moab. It is believed that the October 2010 dedication of the Moab Canyon paved pathway will further enhance Moab's attraction to this group of athletes.

The Department of Energy has offered to build a trail from Courthouse Wash, along the Colorado River, to hook into Hwy 279, a.k.a., the Potash Road. Meetings to decide the maintenance of this new trail and how to integrate a Hwy 191 underpass in the Courthouse Wash flood zone kick off thoughtful consideration among the Grand County Council, Trail Mix, Moab Trails Alliance, the Department of Transportation and other interested public. If paved it would serve more road cyclists, wheel chair access and another segment for parents with stroller or kids on roller skates and scooters.

Moab City had 41 volunteers turn up in November to lend strength to clearing rocks for a single track above the western utility corridor. This Pipe Dream Trail will get signs this winter. This trail extends from the Hidden Valley trailhead to an area behind Moab’s Mountain View subdivision near Aspen Avenue. Mid-access is located at Jackson Street, or the west side of Hwy 191 straight forward from 4th East. It will be shared with pedestrians too.

Only last year, May 2009, Dead Horse Point State Park celebrated the opening of two new loops for hiking and biking. Intrepid Potash, headquartered in Denver, has five production facilities, one notably in Moab, Utah. The solar salt drying ponds can be seen from the rim of Dead Horse Point State Park. A relationship between a government and private organization formed to complete the Big Chief and Great Pyramid Loops, parts of the Intrepid Trail System. During the summer, Dead Horse Point State Park collaborated with the Moab Area Travel Council to provide free park admission in a campaign managed through Salt Lake City movie theaters. And this even precluded the release of "127 Hours".

Less influence for BMX biking exists in Moab. However, the city has set aside land off of 500 West in Moab for the BMX bicyclist. The bumps and ramps have seen BMX aerial stunts and tricks of bikers of different ages. There is a skate park on 400 North 100 West, that at times, also sees BMX trick bikes. Adjacent to the Old Spanish Trail Arena is a bit of land developed for BMX use, however, the property on 500 West became so much more convenient to youth access.

To put together a bike event in Moab Utah, the Moab Travel Council offers free consultations for permits, event services and logistics. Contact 435-259-1340, to speak with the Facility and Event Promoter of Moab.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Moab Bicycling 2011 - Trail news, Events - Go Utah!

Another Great bike event line up will occur in 2011. Equally exciting? The bike news for Moab! An October 2010 ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated another piece of the North Moab Recreation Areas Alternative Transportation Plan with the completion of the paved Moab Canyon pathway. Ride from the Colorado River to Hwy 313 into Island in the Sky of Canyonlands and stay off Hwy 191. The Moab Canyon is a result of the Moab Trail Alliance effort to radiate trails from the predestrian/bike bridge (hub) which was dedicated back in May 2007.

New trail routes are being hand built by volunteers to further expand the non-mortorized Bar M Mountain Bike Focus Area. Poison Spider Bike Shop's manager, Scott Newton, recently promised every Tuesday his employees would get paid, but have to volunteer to do trail work on Deadman's Ridge. The North 40 trail has been approved for the Bar M system, but unlikely to be in place until next fall (2011). Hey why not come ride and set aside a half day to volunteer this year? Meanwhile the city is working, along with volunteers on another new one, the Pipe Dream Trail. Located under the Moab Rim and clinging to the west valley wall over the utility corridor, parts of this trail are ready to ride.

The 2011 YEAR at a Glance for bike related events in Moab:
March 4&5 Yeti Thaw
March 11-14 Skinny Tire Festival
March 26 Adventure Xtreme
May 7 Gran Fondo
May 14-15 Moab Triathlon Festival (NEW)
May 24-28 2011 Mountain Bike Skills Camp with Alison Dunlap
October 5-9 OuterBike
October 8-9 24 hours of Moab Mountain Bike Race
October 27- 30 Moab Ho Down Mountain Bike Festival
October 27-28 Mountain Bike Film Festival

Yeti Thaw
Last winter, well, Moab had winter. Hasn't had winter since 1976. Yeti Thaw, usually a President's Weekend affair was postponed, postponed again. This year it has moved in March. Ride yeti bike demos, enjoy group rides, parties and the vibrant fellowship of three Moab mountain bike businesses: Magpie Adventures, Poison Spider Bike Shop, and Rim Tours. The perfect spring bash. Get this, IT IS FREE!

Skinny Tire Events: March, June, September
Road cycling spans three days, riding through Arches National Park, along the Colorado River and up to Dead Horse Point State Park. The scenery invigorates cyclists. All Skinny Tire events benefit cancer survivorship programs. Ride in the Moonlight a warm June night. It has got to be even better now that the Moab Canyon pathway is in place to reach Hwy 313, eh? And the Century Tour in September is a course up into the La Sal Mountains, wrapping up with yoga that weekend too.

Adventure Xtreme
Adventure racing by Gravity play opens registration January 3, 2011. It is a mix of athletic disciplines: flatwater inflatable kayak, mountain bike, hike, rappel, and navigation. The mountain bike section is particularly challenging in Long Canyon.

Gran Fondo
Riding the pass in the La Sal Mountains, climbing 5500 feet in 60 miles, this event will emulate an old Italian tradition. Road cyclists experience breath-taking views of canyons below and 12,00 foot peaks above. Gran Fondo is NOT a race. The top five riders for men and women will be recognized for reaching the top of the pass. There are NO PRIZES for returning to town first. Safety must be respected.

Moab Triathlon (NEW)
TriUtah bases this two day event out of the Ken's Lake area. XTERRA off-road tiathlon, XTERRA trail run, road triathlon and kid triathlon. We are all watching for details.

Mountain Bike Skills Camp with Alison Dunlap
Ride with Alison Dunlap, World Champion and 2-time Olympian; learn to ride off 2-3 ft drops, get pointed on high speed descents, cornering on single track and more. Skill Camp details.

OuterBIke debuted and gave consumers an opportunity to ride future bike models. New to the biking scene are 29 inch tires. Here is one participants review Big Wheels get their turn at Outerbike. What will be new and innovative at the second annual Outerbike? Put this event on your calendar to find out for yourself.

24 Hour of Moab Bike Race
A temporary citadel flourishes in the Moab desert as teams of athletes converge to pour strength in to a round the clock mountain bike race. Xavier Fane documents this race. Particularly interesting are the night shots. If you do not race, volunteer for this event.

Moab Ho Down
It is a fun mountain bike weekend engage to Halloween. Get your costume, bring all of your bikes. Dirt Jump, Downhill race, do a townie tour, show off your best BMX tricks, enjoy some Pumpkin' Chuckin, watch films and gobble up hot peppers, this event is driven by Chile Pepper Bikes after all.

Moab Mountain Bike Film Festival
Wind down to revel in the talent of bikers on the big screen. You have to get your breath between riding and parties. Open to everyone, not just the registrants for HO DOWN.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

October - November Events of Moab Utah 2010 - Event Planners Come to Perform your Site Inspections

As the autumn approaches, the full moon of Moab Utah appears to grow enormous. The light a reasonable companion for moonlight walks on trusted trails of sandstone in and around Moab. The autumn is perfect too for a site inspection of Moab's meeting and event spaces. In addition, there are a series of events, many are annual events occuring in the fall. Plan travel to see these events in action.

The Inaugral OuterBike brings the vendors of Las Vegas' InterBike to a selection of Moab's trailheads to enable consumers to test the 2011 models of mountain bikes. This is unprecedented in the United States. InterBike has appealed to the retail shop owners for years in distinguishing new models. Now Moab will bring additional brand awareness to the mountain bike industry, as consumers shall review the bikes in the days to come.

Tour south of Moab to the temporary city of mountain bike athletes who race the broken ground over 24 hours race of Moab by Granny Gear. It is astounding to experience the technical support and the organization of a support crews for teams, waste removal and Emergency Care for a remote desert location.

On a smaller scale the KTM Rally will ride motorcycles which are special in that these motorcycles are rugged for the designated off-highway terrain surrounding Moab, however, these bikes are also street legal, which make them a favorite for rides out of Moab.

For the artful side of Moab, the new plein air festival will provide workshops, as well as, rules for the painting competition side of the week. The festival precedes the official Art Walk of October 9th and will exhibit some of the canvases created from the festival at the Moab Arts And Recreation Center mid-town Moab. Later in the month, Moab has a literary Festival, affectionately known at the Confluence. The 2010 theme is water and authors Debra Frasier, Jack Loeffler, Craig Childs, and William DuBuy.

Rifle Deer Season opens in October. That's why the Canyonlands Half Marathon organizers hold The Other Half on a Sunday in October. The cool autumn air is perfect for this particularly challenging half marathon along the Colorado River on the Scenic Byway 128 of Moab.

The threshold of November arrives with the Chili Peper HO-DOWN mountain bike festival. Super Downhill races test the strong contenders. Other riders are encouraged to bring their trick bikes for demonstrations at a day event of Pumpkin Chuckin, a fun day of slings, trebuchets, catapults competing for distance with a far flung pumpkin. There are vendors and activities located at yet another remote venue of Moab.

Endurance Equestrian riding is well designated out past Moab's famous Monitor and Merrimac buttes north of Moab. Participants riding this western terrain is every bit nostalgic of great western tales of the Robber's Roost gang, Butch Cassidy and renditions of western history that had even been captured by the famous John Wayne films known to be shot here about.

An Adventure Race Championship will be held at the Red Cliffs Lodge.

Moab's Folk Festival can be found at the Center Street Ball Park, the Red Devil Auditorium and Moab's Historic Star Hall. Let's take a breath. Yes, this autumn for site inspection of Moab would be worth ones while. Food and Beverage services about town doing the thing they do best, inside or outside on some pretty special patios around Moab. Accommodations, keeping guests snug as a bug in a rug, throughout the commotion of a fun filled autumn time in Moab.

For assistance with site inspections, contact Moab Utah Meetings and Events, 435-259-1340

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Maps of Moab Utah - Get Oriented!

Researching a Moab Utah vacation, utilize these moab maps. Each one specifies the where abouts of your favorite genre of accommodations. If you are a hotel/motel kind of traveler, then Moab Hotel Map is for you. Do you prefer a place with a kitchen? Try a Map of Moab Condos or Guest Houses of Moab. The Map of Moab's Bed and Breakfast selection of Moab is surprising. The Mayor's House abd Desert Hills B&B have a fabulous family suite. Sunflower Hill Bed and Breakfast is on the AAA Four Diamond roster. You'll even enjoy the discovery of the two Moab resorts along the Colorado River.

For Moab Lodging, it is enormously helpful to use the various maps to determine where in Moab you truly desire to stay. Hint: Moab downtown is approximately 3 miles long. Everything reasonably close.

In addition, a newer Moab Map delineates Moab's meeting rooms, reunion sites, event spaces and wedding venues. Travel to Moab Utah has fully embraced the fun things to do in Moab. It is exciting to consider Moab as a destination for business meetings and group travel that will refortify the team or bring together friends and family. There is media on slideshare and youtube at your disposal for portrayals of Moab in Action, which readers may also find of interest.

Enjoy these Maps of Moab accommodations and venues.

Sunday, June 13, 2010

Rockwell Relay Road Bike Event starts in Moab Utah

The Rockwell Relay departed from Moab after a pancake breakfast at Swanny Park. Race organizer said 120 people were involved this year and he looks to have upwards of 400 - 500 next year. The relay is a road bike race of teams with support vehicles. Come join the event for 2011.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Moab is teeming with dinosaurs. Check out tracks and bones. Download a brochure to guide yourself to these precious spots.

The first Utah dinosaur bones were discovered near Moab, fifty years later the next fossils found in Utah would be those to lead to the famous quarry which would be known as Dinosaur National Monument.

Monday, May 17, 2010

BMX Competition in Moab May 2010 Results

Rule the Rocks III had a find turn out. Check out the 5050BMX Blog for images from the event.
Are you interested to endorse your own sports event in Moab? Check out Moab Utah Meetings and Events website for details on venues and services and advice from the facility and event promotions at The Moab Area Travel Council. 435-259-1340

Monday, April 26, 2010

Is Moab the Destination for your Wedding?

You have been to Moab and had an amazing visit. Wedding Bells are can be heard in your not so distant future. Moab is pleased to announce wedding services from officials, musicians, specialty cakes and flowers, event tents and other event rentals, to National Park special use (wedding) permits and wedding or reception venues are listed on Moab Utah Meetings, Weddings and Events.
Open this worksheet. The bride and groom can itemize all the wedding intricacies that matter to better determine your special wedding location. We hope Moab tops your list.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

2010 Moab Golf Tournament Schedule for the Moab Golf Course




































Monday, March 8, 2010

Moab Valley Multicultural Events March 12 & 13

In Honor of Diversity & Women’s History Month
Moab Valley Multicultural Center Presents:
A Series of Films about Roles of
Women in Diverse Cultures

Friday, March 12th, 7pm-9:30pm, Star Hall
  • A Walk to Beautiful - Inspiring stories of three Ethiopian women who are rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their communities after undergoing complications during childbirth.
  • The Fighting Cholitas - A short film about five Bolivian female wrestlers.
  • Companeras - The story of the first all-female mariachi band.
Saturday, March 13th, 1pm-5pm, M.A.R.C
  • Never Perfect - Explores the journey of a young Vietnamese-American woman's struggle with popular perceptions of beauty and body image as she fights the stigma of racial self-hatred in her decision to undergo cosmetic surgery
  • Discussion Panel - Women from different cultures share stories about women’s roles and expectations.
  • Replay of A Walk to Beautiful, The Fighting Cholitas, and Companeras

All events are free & open to the public. Donations are welcome!
For Info, call Carrie at 260-8257
This program has received funding from the Utah Humanities Council. The
Utah Humanities Council promotes understanding of diverse traditions, values,
and ideas through informed public discussion

Monday, March 1, 2010

Live Music In Moab March 2010


Enjoy March in Moab Utah

Live Music Every Tuesday & Wednesday Night!


3/2 Klos

3/9 Brian Coulter

3/16 Dave Steward

3/23 Beliss

3/30 Mickey Rollins


Open Bluegrass JAM SESSION!

Bring your fiddle and get pickin’ or sit back and enjoy the music with beer!


GiGi Love

Live Music at Eddie McStiffs is free, is an all ages event and starts at 6:30 pm!

And at

Frankie D's

Saturday March 20th

8:00 PM


And see Elephant Revival

March 20th @ 7:00 PM

Playing in the Grand County High School

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Winter Moab Jaunt

Winter is dazzling in Moab.
Here are ski tracks headed from the Moab Brand Trails going underneath Hwy 191 toward the Gemini Bridges Trail.

Most winters skiing must be undertaken in the La Sal Mountains.

A little bit of heaven really.

Please wear adequate eye wear. Poles are recommended for hiking. The snow is not so deep, Deep enough. The walking is uneven. The poles aid balance and decidedly provide upper body exercise.

Was thrilled to see river activity at the Moab Boat Ramp too.

Remember Room Rates are lower in Moab in Winter. It would be a fine time to get out of your town, have a board conference or structure meeting in Moab.

All this snow and the roads have been clear for the Moab Area Travel Council, traveling to Salt Lake City, Denver and Las Vegas for conferences and exhibitions this winter. Travel.