Moab, UTAH – an overview of costs, travel, and food

Visited: October 2019 Time spent: 6 nights 5 adults: my mum & dad, me, John and my little cousin Anne Accommodation: Red Cliff Condos (just outside Moab) Flights from Chicago: approx. $273 pp (we flew with Southwest) Apartment: $1,330 (in total), car rental: $260 (in total) Food/drink, gas (petrol), park fees: approx. $286 pp TotalContinue reading “Moab, UTAH – an overview of costs, travel, and food”

Canyonlands National Park – Day 4

Canyonlands is Utah’s largest national park and is split into 3 different areas by the Colorado and Green Rivers: Island in the Sky, The Maze and The Needles. Don’t they sound like regions from GoT?! Quoted from website linked above: ‘Though they appear close on a map, there are no roads that directly link the districts.Continue reading “Canyonlands National Park – Day 4”

Dead Horse State Park – Day 2

The next day, we drove the 45 minutes or so to Dead Horse State Park. As you drive out of Moab, you start heading up and up until you’re on top of the mesa, with glimpses of the canyon to your left. We stopped at the visitor center to have a look around ; it’sContinue reading “Dead Horse State Park – Day 2”