Moab Condo Blog Update

It was a very busy September as we write this Moab condo blog update.

We now have a new video of the condo in Moab that you can check out!

October is pretty booked up and we are seeing reservations for November starting to fill in. Late autumn is a wonderful time to visit red rock country and explore Arches and Canyonlands National Parks. It’s not nearly as crowded as springtime and the sun is at a low angle which really brings out the colors in the scenery.

Nights are starting to get chillier as the days are getting shorter. It looks like triple digit temperatures are behind us for the most part although one can never rule out a late season heat wave. However, any time it does get warm around the condo in Moab it’s only about 15 minutes to drive to the foot of the La Sal Mountains. Then you start quickly winding your way uphill to spectacular views and cooler temperatures.

Restaurants for the most part are back in business but there may be some occupancy limits. Lots of places have outdoor dining and that’s our recommendation as long as the weather holds up. You might want to check out Fiesta Mexicana which is one of our favorite local places. You’ll find consistently good food, great service and fabulous margaritas! The combination platters are quite large and easily shared by two people.

One of the best things about visiting Moab is the clean-air and the starry skies at night. While much of the Western United States is suffering from wildfires that has not been a problem in Canyon Country. The entire four corners area has pretty much escaped smoke from the wildfires this year and we can only hope that continues on into the future.

When you stay at the Moab condo if you notice anything that needs attention please let us know right away. We pride ourselves on taking excellent care of the property and always want it to be in top-notch condition when our guests arrive.

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Moab Condo Blog Day Trip to Colorado River Near Castle Valley Turn Off Hwy 128
Moab Condo Blog Day Trip to Colorado River Near Castle Valley Turn Off Hwy 128