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COVID Travel Update Moab, Utah is Open for Visitors

Covid Travel Update

  • 02/02/2021
  • 27 min

About this Episode

COVID Travel Update Podcast Episode 014 COVID Travel Update Moab, Utah is Open for Visitors   Welcome world travelers to COVID Travel Update podcast! I created this podcast for those who lead a travel-centered lifestyle. Whether you are a domestic or world traveler, you’ll find current information on the latest openings, closures, what you can and can’t do during the COVID pandemic when it comes to travel.   Listen to travel agents who give you inside information on their favorite vacation places, where to go, what to see, and the best places to stay when you vacation around the world. Find out where you can safely travel to each week by tuning into the COVID travel update podcast! Moab, Utah is open for outdoor adventure and you’ll never find a better time to go to this outdoor world of fun! In this episode, you’ll find out what my favorite things are to do in Moab if you’re looking for a fun outdoor adventure and why this is the best time to visit the wild outdoors of Moab. Stop at Moab Information Center First, stop at Moab Information Center and pick up a self-guided tour brochure. It’s a small tri-fold black and white brochure that’s packed full of all the tours the tour companies take you on, except that it’s free because you get to do it yourself and stop as long as you want at the different sites! Pick up a Moab Guest Guide for information and local maps on what to do. You can find these for free at any of the magazine stands in town. I picked up my copy at Denny’s.    Museums in Moab   Moab Museum  In 1957, a group of civic leaders began to plan for a city museum and in February 1958 the museum was incorporated as the Southeastern Utah Society of Arts and Science. Housed in a County building on Center Street, the private archeological collections from Dr. J.W. “Doc” Williams and Ross Musselman provided objects for initial exhibits, with more donations provided by citizens. During its first 14 months the museum hosted more than 6000 visitors. Find out about past rich in geological change, paleontological remnants and a human history that stretched from prehistoric cultures to Mormon pioneer families to out-of-town investors and miners with families. Spend an hour finding out how Moab came to be the town it is today in it’s 150 year history.   Moab Giants Paleo Safari Dinosaur Park and Museum  “Not only is it set amongst some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery in Moab, Utah, but it’s a unique experience of the ages. Make your own tracks alongside our state-of the art, life-size dinosaurs in the land they called home! Moab Giants is the ultimate place to discover the past with cutting edge technology that feels like the future! Visit the newest dinosaur museum in Utah!”   Hole N” the Rock Roadside Attraction Visit Hole N” the Rock, a most unique home, carved out of a huge rock in Utah’s Canyonlands Country. This historic 5,000 square foot home and unusual gift shop and trading post are open all year. Take a guided tour of the home, and appreciate the rich history within its walls.   Outdoor and Adventure Activities in Moab   Take a wild ride jumping out of an airplane at Skydive Moab, Go 4x4 or rent a dirt bike at Canyonlands Jeep and Car Rentals. Grab a mountain bike rental and ride some of the best mountain biking terrain in the world! Hook up with an outfitter or rent your own climbing gear for spectacular rock climbing and canyoneering. Go for some water fun and try boating, SUP Paddleboard, and river tours are available from several outfitters. In the winter, you can rent snowshoes and cross-country skis, although they really don't get much snow!   Moab Parks   Dead Horse Point State Park  From the prominence of Dead Horse Point, 2,000 feet above a gooseneck in the Colorado River, an ever-changing landscape unfurls. Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water, and wind creating a visual masterpiece. Plants and animals surviving on the edge of existence face many challenges of extreme conditions within this high desert environment. Stories of ancient hunters, resting along the cliff tops while knapping chert in preparation for the next hunt, and cowboys of the late 1800s, chasing wild mustangs onto Dead Horse Point, using the narrow neck to block off the natural corral. What story will you discover on your visit to Dead Horse Point State Park?   Canyonlands National Park   Canyonlands invites you to explore a wilderness of countless canyons and fantastically formed buttes carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries. Rivers divide the park into four districts: Island in the Sky, The Needles, The Maze, and the rivers themselves. These areas share a primitive desert atmosphere, but each offers different opportunities for sightseeing and adventure.   Arches National Park   Visit Arches to discover a landscape of contrasting colors, land forms and textures unlike any other in the world. The park has over 2,000 natural stone arches, in addition to hundreds of soaring pinnacles, massive fins and giant balanced rocks. This red-rock wonderland will amaze you with its formations, refresh you with its trails, and inspire you with its sunsets.   Grab a headlamp that has a red light so you’re eyes can quickly adjust to the night sky when you are star gazing at one of the parks in Moab.   Check out Episodes 48 & 49 where I go in-depth detail on all Utah National Parks, why I love them, and how to visit Utah’s amazing National Parks!   Where to Stay   Purple Sage Flats and Moab Flats are two boutique hotels in Moab that have been completely redesigned in the past five years to a chic, modern comfy place to stay that features amenities such as kitchens in every room, laundry facility, hot tub and complimentary mountain bike use! There’s a picnic area and fire pit outside to kick back and relax during the warm summer nights.   The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free Are you anxious about traveling with Celiacs Disease? Does the thought of getting sick on vacation worry you to no end? Unsure of what travel options are safe and how to choose a safe restaurant away from home for you and your children? The Guide to Traveling Gluten Free will walk you through the process of planning and enjoying your next gluten-free travel adventure! Take the guesswork out of how to travel, where to go, and how to eat safely when you follow the information in my guide. Whether you are celiacs or gluten intolerant, my guide will give you handy information to delight in your next vacation experience! Learn how to take a trip safely, what questions to ask when you are at a restaurant and which online tools and apps to utilize to find safe, dedicated gluten-free restaurants and food options. Find out what stores to shop at to purchase gluten-free food, determine if a restaurant is gluten-free or celiac friendly, and when you should walk out of a restaurant.    Links and Resources  Check out my latest videos on my YouTube Channel Grab the Guide to Traveling Gluten Free Get the BEST all-natural gluten-free travel cosmetics at Lemongrass Spa! Visit my Travel Deals page on my website Support Travel Gluten Free on Patreon Journey with COVID Travel Update via Travel Gluten Free on Social Media YouTube  Twitter   Facebook   Pinterest    Instagram    On the Web   Share the most up-to-date COVID travel information and share this episode with a friend!   ***Disclaimer: All content found on the Travel Gluten Free Website, COVID Travel Update website and podcast, including text, images, audio, or other formats were created for informational purposes only. Content contained on Travel Gluten Free and COVID Travel Update website, podcast and social media postings are not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always create plans with a licensed travel planner for your vacation.