Perfect Itinerary for Arches, Canyonlands, and Moab (2-5 Days)

double arch in arches national park

Arches and Canyonlands National Parks are destinations you will never forget. Between the inspiring and playful arches, windows, and bridges of Arches National Park to the rugged desert hikes and viewpoints of Canyonlands, visitors leave knowing they have truly been somewhere special. Moab, UT, just minutes outside of Arches and Canyonlands offers something that most […]

Our Heart-Pounding Off-Road Adventure On Moab’s Best Jeep Trail

Jeep on Hell's Revenge Trail in Moab

Jeep Tours are a must when visiting the Moab area. Hell’s Revenge is one of the most famous off-roading trails in the world. Luckily, you don’t have to be an experienced off-roader to experience the thrill. There are many great tour companies. We chose to use Dan Mick Jeep Tours and it was unforgettable! Here […]

The Perfect Day Trip From Moab To Monument Valley

Ancestral Puebloan cliff dwellings

In Southeast Utah, Monument Valley and Arches National Park get all the attention, but it’s great to explore some lesser-known areas in between the two. In this video, we share where you can find some Native American ruins, spectacular overlooks, and scary drives. Here is what we cover: Resources

Sego Canyon in Utah: A Small Canyon With A Lot of History

sego canyon

I recently had a surprisingly delightful visit to a very strange place in Utah: Sego Canyon. Nestled in the east side of Utah, Sego Canyon is a hidden gem that offers visitors a glimpse into the area’s rich cultural and geological history. With ancient rock art and an abandoned ghost town, Sego Canyon is a […]

Things To Do Along Scenic Potash Road In Moab, Utah

View of potash road

Moab, Utah is known for its incredible landscapes and outdoor adventures, with hundreds of miles of trails, rivers, and rock formations to explore. One of the most scenic routes to take in the area is along Potash Road. Potash Road is a winding highway that offers great views of the Colorado River and the surrounding […]

Scenic Byway 128 in Moab: Things To See and Do

Moab Route 128 hittle bottom

Scenic Byway 128, also known as the Upper Colorado River Scenic Byway, is a road near Moab that passes through a beautiful red-rock valley. This valley offers scenic views, famous formations, restaurants, lodging, and much, much more. In this article, I’ll cover all you need to know if you’re driving through this valley. Getting There […]

How to Hike to Corona Arch Near Moab, Utah

corona arch with me in the foreground

Corona Arch is a beautiful arch accessed by a popular hiking trail near Moab, Utah. In this article, I’ll cover everything you need to know about this hike. Getting There Corona Arch is located on Potash Road, about 20 minutes away from Moab, Utah. Hike Information The Corona Arch hike is 2.4 miles out and […]

How To Visit Dead Horse Point State Park in Moab

Dead Horse Point State Park

Moab, Utah is home to two national parks and one state park: Dead Horse Point State Park. As far as state parks go, this is spectacular because it overlooks the Colorado River and the vast canyonlands area below. But is it worth it to visit? Keep on reading for more. Naming the Park Supposedly, cowboys […]

How To Visit Gemini Bridges In Moab, Utah (The Easy Way Or The Fun Way)

Gemini Bridges Sign

Visiting Moab, Utah, and thinking about driving to Gemini Bridges? Gemini Bridges are two bridges, or arches, located next to each other in a canyon near Moab, Utah. It is a popular destination because it’s a cool formation, and the road to get there is a nice beginner Jeep trail. But you don’t have to […]