Holiday Inn Express Suites MoabHoliday Inn Express Suites Moab
1653 Highway 191 North
Moab, UT 84532 US

Near the banks of the mighty Colorado river sits the Moab Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites. Artistically decorated, this three story, 79 room hotel is surrounded by the majestic red rock cliffs of southeastern Utah. All of our rooms and suites are beautifully appointed for business or pleasure. Each room has a 27" television, free wireless internet access, two line phones with voicemail...more


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1653 Highway 191 North
Moab, UT 84532 US

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Arches National Park is a natural wonder located in Utah. It derives its name from massive natural sandstone rock formations that are shaped like arches. There are thousands of these formations within the park, but they are not the only attractions for visitors in the area. There are also balancing rocks, spires, local flora and local fauna. Another interesting aspect of the park is the vivid red color of its rocky landscape, which in some places reveals layers dating back millions of years.

Nowhere in the world are there more natural stone arches than at Arches National Park. Covering an area of more than 76,000 acres, these arches are really spread out. Most visitors will only see a fraction of them and few people venture to see all of them. However, at least one is recognizable even to those who have never seen it in person. "Delicate Arch" is a monumental archway that sits at the edge of a cliff overlooking even more cliffs. The La Sal Mountains can be seen in the distance through the arch. The view is so breathtaking that it is something of a state symbol.

Near the parking area of Arches National Park, there is a very humble building that is little more than a shack to the modern eye. This ramshackle structure is the Wolfe Ranch Cabin. It was constructed in 1888 by John and Fred Wolfe. The two men shared the single room cabin for more than ten years and ran a ranch on the land around it.

Summers are extremely hot in this desert climate and winters are bitterly cold. Visitors are advised to prepare for the weather by wearing proper clothing and bringing plenty of water. Those unfamiliar with the area should consider taking a guided tour.