Moab is a hiking paradise, with all trails leading to amazing opportunities for viewing some of nature’s most beautiful wonders.
Hiking trails near Moab
The Corona Arch Trail near Moab is an easy-to-reach trail just outside Moab that leads to The Corona Arch and Bowtie Arch. Dog-friendly, elevation gain of 440 ft, roundtrip 3 miles.
The Negro Bill Canyon Trail is a pretty hike near Moab on a sandy trail that winds through trees, crosses a shallow stream, and arrives at the Morning Glory Natural Bridge. Dog-friendly, elevation gain of 330 ft, roundtrip 4 1/2 miles.
Arches National park has over 2,000 natural stone arches and is located just a few miles outside of Moab, just off the highway. Hiking trails range from 15 minutes hikes to 4 or 5 hours.
Other great Moab hikes
Fisher Towers Trail. A scenic trail along the base of the towers, including the 900 foot Titan. Dog-friendly, 670 ft elevation gain, 4 1/2 miles roundtrip.
Portal Overlook. A popular trail, Portal Overlook provides good views of Moab, the La Sal Mountains & the Colorado River. Dog-friendly, elevation gain of 980 ft, roundtrip 4 miles.
Moab Rim. Good views of the sandstone fins of the Behind the Rocks area, the Colorado River & Moab. Shared trail with bikes, jeeps & ATVs. Dog-friendly, 940 ft elevation gain, 6 miles roundtrip.
Hunter Canyon. Hunter Canyon is a beautiful canyon with a stream, trees & vegetation. Dog-friendly, elevation gain of 240 ft, roundtrip 4 miles.
Hidden Valley. Views of the large sandstone fins of the Behind the Rocks area. Dog-friendly, 680 ft elevation gain, 4 miles roundtrip.
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