Welcome to Best Western Plus Canyonlands Inn!
We serve only fresh, never frozen, 100% ground chuck beef and naturally raised antibiotic free chicken.
Relaxed eatery offering all-you-can-eat pizza, soup & salad, plus a full bar in an eclectic setting.
Low-key Italian eatery serving thin-crust pizzas, ample portions & pastas made from family recipes.
We feature Moab's best seafood, traditional Mexican dishes and margaritas from scratch.
Wake and Bake is Moab’s premier space for coffee, ice cream, and lunch. If you’re looking for a quick bite to eat, look no further than this cozy space tucked in Eddie McStiff’s Restaurant.
Moab's Gourmet Food Truck!
Hop into a Toyota Land Cruiser with your expert guide and head north from Moab to the backcountry entrance of Arches National Park and avoid the crowds.Our first stop is to see dinosaur footprints. For millions of years this area was teeming with dinosaurs.We pass Balanced Rock, one of the most iconic features of the Park, standing a staggering 128 feet. Landscape look familiar? Indiana Jones, and Thelma and Louise have scenes shot here.The 4X4 trail into the backcounty climbs a short but steep rock wall passing sandstone fins, towering pinnacles and tall spires known as the Marching Men. We stop at Tower Arch for an optional hike.As you travel along the track, hear informative commentary about the geology, wildlife and history of the park.We make another stop at Eye of the Whale for an optional hike to a seldom visited slick rock playground named Herdina Park.After exploring the backcountry we exit past the three gossips and Park Avenue before your guide returns you to Moab.
Cruise off the beaten path by UTV (utility terrain vehicle) to explore the Hell's Revenge Trail on a 2.5-hour off-road adventure from Moab. With an experienced guide leading the way, you will drive a Kawasaki Teryx 4 — a 4x4 vehicle equipped for traversing sandstone domes and slickrock ledges. The difficult route combines the thrill of steep climbs and descents with views of La Sal Mountains, Negro Bill Canyon and Abyss Canyon. Travel in a small group of up to four vehicles with a maximum of four passengers per vehicle.
Explore the Island in the Sky district of Canyonlands National Park on a half-day 4-wheel drive (4WD) tour. Your experienced guide negotiates steep switchbacks and rugged tracks along the White Rim Road to take you to stunning vistas such as Gooseneck Overlook. See sites with remnants of ancient Pueblo civilizations, canyons that drop 1,000 feet (300 meters) straight down, and parts of the Colorado River. An easy trail from Moab, this area offers a fantastic experience of Canyonlands National Park.
Enjoy your 4-hour 4x4 tour of Arches National Park, from Moab. Travel off-road to reach more remote locations away from the crowds with an experienced guide. Take in amazing geological formations such as sandstone spires and layered red rock. Admire the sandstone fin known as Marching Men and the 92-foot (28-meter) span of Tower Arch.
Your humorous guide will take you down a calm water stretch of the Colorado River south of Moab. Get lost in the beauty of the canyons and explore the scenery around the next bend in the river. During the trip, feel free to ask any questions as your guide explains the geology and history of the area. You’ll also discover places where films and commercials were made and work with other passengers to find wildlife along the banks of the river. It’s a great way to beat the heat and enjoy the beauty of the area.
Explore the awe-inspiring landscape of Chesler Park, located in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. This full-day tour by 4-wheel drive (4WD) visits remote sections of the pristine wilderness. Your expert guide drives over some of Utah's most rugged off-road tracks to highlights such as Elephant Hill, Devil's Kitchen, Devil's Lane and SOB Hill. Take an optional 3-mile (4.8-km) hike on the incredible Joint Trail to experience even more of this national park’s breathtaking beauty up close.