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Main Street, Moab

Mar 27, 2015

Beautiful Main Street in Moab, Utah has something for everyone. Destination Main Street After crossing the Colorado River Bridge on your way south into Moab, the scenic highway 191 suddenly turns into Main Street. The speed limit slows significantly to an easy 30 miles per hour as you enter into ...

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A Brief History of Moab

Mar 26, 2015

Beautiful Moab, Utah has a rich pioneer and Native American history. Take a brief look into the shaping of the Grand County Seat Introduction The innocuous tourist town of Moab, Utah has a population of roughly 5100 people, most of the year. During the spring and summer the population swells ...

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Experience the World Famous Woody’s Tavern in Moab, Utah.

Mar 20, 2015

On Exciting Main Street in downtown Moab, Utah you can experience the greatest little dive bar in Utah. Got Us Twisted? After reading through the mountains of snobby tourist reviews on yelp.com and tripadvisor.com, I decided it was time to stand up for our local dive bar. I don’t know ...

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Moab’s Local Music Sensations, StoneFed!

Mar 20, 2015

If you’re going to come to Moab, Utah, you can’t miss one of the town’s best Local attractions. StoneFed plays at The World Famous Woody’s on Main. Moab Pride Rolling into Moab is always exciting. The beautiful red rock headlands that stretch from the north to the south of town ...

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Moab’s Cryptobiotic Soil Crust

Mar 20, 2015

Understanding the importance of cryptobiotic soil crust in and around Moab could help prevent unnecessary damage to a sensitive and beautiful ecosystem. Impact of tourism Every spring in the sleepy town of Moab, this tiny agricultural community’s population of 5100 can swell by the thousands. Moab, Utah is one of ...

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Jeep Safari in Moab

Mar 18, 2015

My name is Ivan Lasater and I live in Moab, Utah! Easter Weekend is almost here and that means it Moab Jeep Safari time! My hometown of Moab, Utah hosts one of the most spectacular events in the exciting world of Four Wheeling! Each spring, my family and I participate ...

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Mill Creek in Moab, with Ivan Lasater

Mar 17, 2015

Let’s take a hike with Moab local, Ivan Lasater and discover one of Grand County, Utah’s best kept secrets. Getting Started On a recent tour through Moab, during the spectacular month of April, I had the privilege of commissioning my favorite tour guide. Ivan and his family have lived in ...

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Spring Weather Rampant in Moab

Mar 29, 2014

Spring is underway in Moab; complete with gusty winds and stout breezes. Spring is often a windy affair in the area, with complex weather patterns and predictions that are oftentimes confusing. Compared to rest of the country, however, the weather in Moab is downright balmy. In fact, the weather in ...

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Moab History Leaves Legacy of Trails

Feb 23, 2014

The history of Moab is full of stories of cowboys and miners, interesting characters in local lore, all of whom left a rich and remarkable legacy behind. That legacy continues into present-day, not just as stories, but also in part as a well-developed network of 4×4 trails that span across ...

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Fee Free National Parks

Feb 16, 2014

Presidents’ Day Weekend is here, and there is plenty to see in Southeastern Utah! As an added bonus, this weekend is also fee free for National Parks. Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, as well as Hovenweep and Natural Bridges National Monument are all stunning testaments to the abundant beauty and ...

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