Travel to Moab

Travel Directions for all Moab Area Tours

From Salt Lake City, UT

  • Delta, United, Frontier, Southwest, Alaska, Boutique, American, JetBlue all have flights into SLC. You will need to rent a car to get to Moab. It is a 4 hour drive
  • Rent a Car in SLC: Drive time is about 4 hours. If renting a car please know that you will want to return it back to Salt Lake City to avoid exorbitant drop off fees. All major rental car companies have a presence at SLC.

From Grand Junction, CO

Fly direct to Moab

  • Skywest Airlines has daily flights to Moab out of Denver using 50-seat jets. They code-share with United, so you can book via United or any flight booking platform.
  • Canyonlands Field (CNY) is 17 miles north of Moab on Hwy 191.
  • You can rent a car through Enterprise, (970) 242-8103.

Ground transport options in Moab:

  • Moab's Airport Hopper shuttle bus meets each daily flight at the airport. A round-trip pass is $37, one-way is $20. It has a capacity of 21 passengers, so it is advisable to book a reservation if you are flying in, and for pickup in town for a ride back out to the airport, you definitely must book in advance. They will either pick you up at your hotel, or a nearby location. Reservations can be booked online or by phone (435) 522-9154. Family and child pricing is also available.
  • Canyonlands Shuttle operates an on-demand, reservations-only based taxi service using Suburans, (bike racks can be available if they know in advance.) A trip between the Moab Airport and town (either direction) is $75 per car for 1 -3 persons, $90 per car for 4- 6 persons. Call 435-210-4757 to book.
  • Trail Taxi is a great resource for any ground transportation needs, especially if you're with bike. Book via their website, call or text them at 435.210.0214, or order a ride directly via the Taxi Caller App.
  • The local tourism bureau maintains an exhaustive list of all ground transport options in Moab, including off-road jeep rentals.
  • Ride Share Services may be available in very limited supply on certain busy weeks, though more often, they are not.

Moab Lodging: our handpicked recommendations

Moderately Priced

  • Red Stone Inn (800) 772-1972: Bike friendly hotel. Bikes can be brought into rooms! Reasonable rates for rooms with kitchenettes, a microwave, and a coffee maker.
  • Big Horn Lodge (800) 325-6171: Has new furnishings and is also very bike friendly.

More expensive, the "Best" Hotels

Resorts or Ranches

  • Sorrel River Ranch Resort (877) 359-2715: Luxury accommodations on the Colorado River, 22 miles from Moab.
  • Red Cliffs Lodge (866) 812-2002: Located on banks of the Colorado River, 19 miles from Moab. This western style lodge caters to the adventure traveler.

Bed and Breakfast

  • Sunflower Hill B&B (800) 662-2786: Moab's finest. Ask for a room in the Garden Cottage. Very private, hot tub, gardens, American and European antiques, and lots of charm.
  • Cali Cochitta B&B (435) 259-4961: Quaint home with hot tub, beautiful rooms, antique furnishings, and a superb breakfast chef.

Nightly Condo Rentals/Lodging Resources


Front Entrance toThe Gonzo Inn in Moab UT
The Gonzo Inn
The Red Cliffs Adventure Lodge sits on the banks of the Colorado River 14 miles upstream from Moab UT
Red Cliffs Adventure Lodge
The Sunflower Inn bed and breakfast in Moab UT
The Sunflower Inn

Moab Canine Care

Karen's Canine Campground
2781 Roberts Dr, Moab, UT 84532
(435) 259-7922


Traceys Bed And ​​Biscuit Kennels
1731 Spanish Valley Dr, Moab, Utah 84532


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