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La Sal Mountain Loop

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La Sal Mountain Loop

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La Sal Mountain Loop Rd, Moab, UT 84532
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Avoid the crowds at Arches National Park with this 4x4 adventure, with multiple departure times, that takes you off road to explore the rocky terrain of the park from areas where only rugged vehicles can go. Not only can you see fossilized dinosaur tracks, Tower Arch, and Marching Men on your guided tour, but you’ll have access to ice water and lemonade to keep you cool even in the heat.
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EWR1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Brayme65 contributions15 helpful votes
We took the loop road to see some fall colors it was pretty. The view of the valley was inspiring. We saw some mule deer and turkeys along the way
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Date of experience: October 2020
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sd1974 wrote a review Oct 2020
San Diego, California63 contributions55 helpful votes
We started in the south and drove north. The scenery got prettier and prettier. At the top of the loop, the leaves were turning and it was beautiful. Coming down into Castle Valley was breathtaking. We enjoyed the ride on Rte 28 along the Colorado River. The roads were in good shape. I personally don't like drives with sheer drop offs and this drive had very few scary spots for me. Would not recommend doing this drive with a trailer or large RV. There are pullouts to stop and lots of cows. We also saw some deer. There was a rest stop with a vaulted toilet. We encountered very little traffic on the drive.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cathy B wrote a review Oct 2020
San Diego, California49 contributions16 helpful votes
this is an abso;utely beautiful drive with great scenery height and trails we really liked ther views
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Wade S wrote a review Sep 2020
Fort Cobb, Oklahoma85 contributions21 helpful votes
This road is a must for anyone looking to escape the heat in the day. It also allows for several 4x4 trail options that are not hard and well worth the drive
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Nardosmom wrote a review Sep 2020
Washington59 contributions21 helpful votes
This was a fabulous way to spend the afternoon and beat the heat down in Moab. We started south of Moab - don't worry if the first section of road is a little rutted and worn, it gets better. We gained about 4000' of elevation to the top, and stopped at the lookout for some lunch and to enjoy the views. My mother in law was disappointed because she'd been told there would be forests, and technically there were, in the form of pinion pines, junipers, and the occasional stand of aspen(?) birch(?). But we're from Washington, where forest means towering pine trees and tons of shade. But there is plenty to enjoy, including the wonderful views and twisty hairpin turns. Drops you out by the Colorado River and you wind along next to it back into town. We drove our pickup, but this would be a great road for motorcycle touring. We also met some people on bicycles at the top, which is a whole other level of insanity! Fun fact - the La Sal Mountains apparently have a robust population of black bears. But all we saw were cows.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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