Moab, Utah: Photographer’s Paradise

While many visitors know of the adventuring opportunities Moab, Utah offers, tourists should also be sure to take advantage of the many photo opportunities. Whether you are an amateur or a professional, you won’t get bored here.

Photo by Colleen S. Good. Cairns help mark the way along trails in the Needles District in Canyonlands National Park in Utah.

Photo by Colleen S. Good.
Cairns help mark the way along trails in the Needles District in Canyonlands National Park in Utah.

Photo by Colleen S. Good Jen Skinner in a moment of contemplation at Big Bend Campground near the Colorado River.

Photo by Colleen S. Good
Jen Skinner, 19, in a moment of contemplation at Big Bend Campground near the Colorado River.

Photo by Colleen S. Good. The Moab area offers many beautiful vistas for visitors to enjoy.

Photo by Colleen S. Good.
The Moab area offers many beautiful vistas for visitors to enjoy.

Photo by Colleen S. Good. Matt Shreve coming back down from a climb up Ice Cream Parlor near Moab, Utah.

Photo by Colleen S. Good.
Matt Shreve, 32, coming back down from a climb up Ice Cream Parlor near Moab, Utah.

Photo by Colleen S. Good. Kayla Sistilli leads the pack mountain biking at Dead Horse Point State Park.

Photo by Colleen S. Good.
Kayla Sistilli, 20, leads the pack mountain biking at Dead Horse Point State Park.

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2 thoughts on “Moab, Utah: Photographer’s Paradise

  1. Hi! Great pictures! I’m heading to Moab this weekend and would love some tips! There’s a post on my blog seeking advice. Anything you could offer would be great 🙂

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  2. Food: Love Muffin Cafe has great breakfast wraps and good coffee, though the Moab Coffee Roasters roast their beans daily, so it’s a must-stop if you’re a big coffee fan. Peace Tree has delicious lunch food, as does Eklectica Cafe. We only spent two days in town, so definitely take the time to explore on your own as well.

    Hiking: it all depends on how long you’ll be there. There are a lot of great hikes, but some can take a while to drive to. Make sure you have at least two water bottles to carry with you per person.

    The Moab Information Center is very helpful, and can recommend specific routes that will work with your time frame and ability level. If you’re in relatively good shape/ don’t have any vertigo problems, I would definitely recommend the Needles District as the #1 place to hike. The views are amazing, and unique to the area.

    Have fun!

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