Things are pretty quiet this week at our Moab vacation rental. Sizzling summer temperatures keep a lid on the crowds during the month of August. Even if you love to go river rafting the heat in the canyons can be really intense. While it can feel great jumping in the water, you can still get dehydrated pretty quickly while floating in the raft.
There is a slight chance of thunderstorms the next few days. This means the potential for flash flooding if you are in the canyons. Otherwise it’s just going to be hot, hot, hot. Daytime temperatures over 100° with nighttime’s only getting down to the high 60s or low 70s. This means balmy evenings to enjoy outdoors on the patio at the Moab vacation rental.
The complex where the condo is located is going through his final phase of expansion. It looks like phase 7 will be completed during the next 24 months. Sales of new condos have been moving along rather swiftly. If you’d like to own a condo in Moab get in touch with me and I will connect you to the broker handling the project.
There are a number of different ways to get to the Moab vacation rental. If you live more than 5 or 6 hours away driving time you may wish to consider flying into either the Moab or Grand Junction airports. You could rent a car and save yourself a lot of travel time. It’s less than 2 hours from Grand Junction to Moab. And the airport is located about 1.5 miles from the interstate on-ramp.
Planes do not operate into Moab all year-round. It can be too hot in the summer or too cold and icy in the winter. However during the peak spring and fall seasons there is generally regular service via Denver and / or Salt Lake City. Flight schedules change each year and it’s possible that other airports might be added with connections to Moab.