First camping trip to Moab
This is our first camping trip to Moab first part of June. Want to hike, mountain bike and get away from crowds. Considering taking 2 dogs.
From what I have read - maybe best to leave dogs at home. Can anyone give me any guidance on the whole thing?
05-21-2012 12:56 PM
If you never been to moab I recommend checking out Ice's site: http://climb-utah.com/Moab/index.htm and picking what fits your fitness level and time frame.
Dogs aren't allowed in all national parks, so if you are planning on doing any of those, then leave dogs behind.
If you are going to do mtn biking, definitely go on Slickrock trail, do a full loop.
Hiking: My favorite hike is Corona arch (dogs allowed), Millcreek canyon, Gemini bridges. Obviously all the national park hikes are awesome.
If it's too hot down there, rent an inflatable kayak and go down Colorado on Moab Daily section, any rafting shop in town will point you to the right place.