By: Stewart M. Green
Moab - there's a lot of magic in that name. It conjures up bare-bones landscapes of stunning beauty, deep canyons excavated by the Colorado River, distant vistas of peak and plain, long cliff bands of multicolored sandstone, and soaring towers and arches that scrape against the blue sky. The Moab area, with its vast uninhabited tracts of sandstone canyons, cliffs, and mesas, is an outdoor paradise for hikers.
This guidebook includes concise descriptions and detailed maps for twenty-nine easy-to-follow hikes within fort miles of Moab, Utah. Includes hikes for everyone, from the solo adventurer to the casual family.
Pages: 373 p.