The guides were top notch, very informative, very helpful, and very friendly. And great cooks too! They all made this an unforgettable experience. You are true professionals! All 3 trips we did were great, each better than the last! The best vacation we've ever had!
Adventures in Moab
Mike, our guide on the Hummer Slickrock Safari, was great. He did an awesome job. It was definitly one of the best adventures we have ever taken.
Alex was a superb guide!! We visited on the 23rd of June for a Colorado River Full Day Rafting Adventure and were faced with fierce winds all day! Alex worked his butt off at times just keeping us from floating backwards while never once losing his sense of humor or overall positive manner! I hope … Continued
Randy was an awesome guide on the Hummer Sunset Safari. He was very knowledgeable, we learned a lot while having an amazing time.
"Rattlesnakes rattle at the prairie dogs, You can hear that mournful tune, Cause it’s round-up time a-way out west, When the cactus is in bloom." And so goes the old Jimmie Rodgers tune from the 1920’s. It may not be round-up time in Moab, Utah but the cactus is certainly in bloom. Late May and … Continued
Have I ever mentioned my love for Moab? Well, I love Moab even more when I have my dog with me. His name’s Cowboy and we’ve been a pair for almost three years now. We spend alot of time exploring the area. Here are a few of the places we like: Corona Arch: This trail is … Continued
Standing about 4 ft. tall with a wingspan of 6 ft., the Great Blue Heron is an easily seen and recognizable bird along the Colorado or Green River corridors. They are often seen standing in shallow water along the river shore just waiting. Waiting for a meal, fish or some other river denizen, to swim … Continued
When it comes to both adventure and relaxation, you should really consider Moab, Utah. There isn’t anywhere that compares with the magic and splendor of our little red rock corner of the world. And the Moab Adventure Center is just the place to help plan your perfect getaway. Of course tooting our own horn isn’t … Continued