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On Finding My Glide – Nordic Skiing in the La Sal Mountains

January 20th, 2018|2 Comments

Although the 2017-2018 winter has produced an unusually low snowpack across most of the western united states, in some places there's just enough snow to get out and play. I set out on an adventure [...]

Five Gorgeous Wintertime Hikes In Moab

January 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Five Gorgeous Wintertime Hikes In Moab

Although most people visit the desert in the warmer months, if you're looking for a different and peaceful experience, consider visiting in the winter. Cooler temperatures allow you to hike for longer more comfortably, and [...]

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History Of Old Blue Mountain Ski Resort

November 30th, 2017|0 Comments

    If you have ever made the journey south from Moab, you may have seen a mountain range silhouetted in the distance. These small peaks are known on maps as the Abajo's, named by [...]

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Spring Fling: How to Deal with Moab’s Wild Weather Swings

March 2nd, 2017|0 Comments

Is this heaven? Marshall in the Robber's Roost country and the Henry Mountains of Utah. Close, but Moab can be hell, too, especially in the spring. That’s because you can wake up to [...]

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Early Springtime Climbing Routes For Moab

February 20th, 2017|0 Comments

Spring in Moab means rock climbing.  As the desert warms, Moab and Indian Creek prepare for an onslaught of excited rock climbers.  If you are seeking warm weather climbs this Spring, here are a few [...]

Understanding the WHITEWATER SCALE.

December 7th, 2016|0 Comments

What does it all mean? Are you curious as to what the whitewater scale even is? Have you ever wondered what people are talking about when they mention that a river is a Class III [...]

Why are they called the La Sals?

November 30th, 2016|0 Comments

History facts about Moab #1 Naming of the La Sals During the colonization of North America, the Spaniards pushed North and West from Mexico, in search of  GREAT cities of Gold. One of the best [...]