Sweeping canyon views and red rock silhouetted the white capped mountains in the distance. Nothing quite describes the beauty and awe that Moab offers adventurers from near and far. We’ve officially entered prime Moab season, where the temperatures are moderate and the trails call to hikers, bikers, off-roaders and campers. Last week the Gravity Haus team did some “R&D” in Moab to help you make the most of your Moab experience at a Gravity Haus Pop Up Camp this season.
BOOK YOUR LODGING
In a destination notoriously known for limited camp sites and few hotels, Gravity Haus is ecstatic to provide the solution: our Canyonlands Pop Up Camp! Opening day is on April 26 so snag your spot before they fill up!
- 23 miles from Canyonlands National Park
- Each dome sleeps 4
- Campfires allowed
- Kitchen available
- Showers available
Plan your adventures
GO BY 4 WHEELS
One of the iconic excursions in Moab is to roam around the petrified sand dunes in a UTV. Gravity Haus has partnered with High Point Hummer via Uncharted Society to offer members 10% off any excursion! Non-members, you should absolutely check out High Point Hummer’s adventure menu too!
Here are a few shots from the GH team’s outing:
GO BY 2 WHEELS
Moab calls mountain bike enthusiasts from miles around during these prime spring months. By winter’s end, many mountain folk are craving warmer weather and the thrill of exploring on their dirt chariots. Mountain Bike Project dishes the scoop on all the best trails to ride around Moab – sort by difficulty, distance, location and more to find your perfect ride!
Gravity Haus Team Tip: Check out Slickrock for a challenging, yet rewarding riparoo.
GO BY 2 FEET
For those that prefer solely human-powered excursions, Canyonlands & Arches National Parks offer miles upon miles of trails to explore by foot. Delicate Arch & Fiery Furnace are two of our favorites in Arches National Park and if you opt for Canyonlands National Park just 23 miles away from our GH Pop Up Camp, be sure to check out White Rim Overlook Trail for an easier route or Gooseberry Trail for something to really get your heart pumping!