Moab Hiking Trails

DEATH MARCH or DESERT AWAKENING?

Pick your path. Ya, ya, the journey is important, but so is the destination. If you’re gonna hoof it more than a few miles (in the desert) you probably want to make sure the view at the end of the trail is pretty friggin’ awesome. The good news? There’s no bad destinations in Moab. Pick a trail. Any trail.

 

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The best seasons for hiking this Jurassic landscape of the most beautiful desolation you’ll ever encounter? Spring and fall. During the summer months, seek out shady canyons (check the weather for flash flood warnings); during the winter, pray you'll get to witness the most gentle of snowfalls on red rock country.

Moab Utah hiking trails:
EASY
Fisher Towers (4.4 miles roundtrip)
Hunters Canyon (4 miles roundtrip)

MODERATE
Corona & Bowtie Arches (3 miles roundtrip)
Morning Glory Bridge (5 miles roundtrip)

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Arches National Park Hiking Trails
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Our favorite hikes in Moab outside the national parks

Corona & Bowtie Arches →
Corona Arch is a spectacular, photogenic arch located just west of Moab. Nearby, Bowtie Arch is also very scenic.

Fisher Towers →
This hike follows an easy trail to a rider overlooking the Fischer Towers, which are scenic rock formations eroded into interesting shapes.

Hunters Canyon →
This easy trail goes up Hunter Canyon, just south of the Colorado River west of Moab. The canyon is beautiful, similar to the more famous Negro Bill Canyon.

Negro Bill Canyon to Morning Glory Bridge →
This Moab-area hike ascends a beautiful, narrow canyon to a scenic natural bridge. A small stream flows between the sheer sandstone walls.

 
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