Condo in Moab Blog 7/27

Summer at the condo in Moab is in full swing and that means River Rafting season!  Due to the coronavirus situation, one day and half day trips are the primary focus this year. If you want to do an overnight trip you will have to coordinate with one of the local companies. It’s very important that only members of your protective bubble travel together on a river rafting trip.

The daytime temperatures have been in the high 90s to low 100s with pleasant night time temps dropping down into the 60s. We have seen an occasional thunderstorm blow through from time to time. But most of these events have been fairly brief and have not affected recreational activities for the most part.

Arches National Park is partially open. You can see all the major sites and there is even camping at the Devils Garden Campground. However, the visitor center remains closed and there are no tours to the Fiery Furnace.
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Since Arches and Canyonlands National Parks reopened in the spring, the condo in Moab has been pretty busy ever since. August is around one third booked but September only has about 13 available nights. October bookings are starting to fill in. So, if you want to stay at the condo in Moab this fall now is the time to make your plans.

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Every guest staying at the condo in Moab receives a complementary water bottle. These are high quality water bottles that will last you for many years to come. Please take them with you when you go out on day trips. The desert sun can be unforgiving and we want everyone to stay fully hydrated. If you don’t see water bottles on the kitchen counter when you check-in please contact the property manager and she will get them to you.  Enjoy your stay in Moab!

Condo In Moab - Hike Near Fisher Towers
Condo In Moab – Hike Near Fisher Towers