SPRING IN MOAB
As days get longer and the red rock starts to warm, tourists from worldwide visit Moab to shake off a cold winter. Midday temperatures usually reach 70ºF during the springtime, making it an ideal time of year to get outdoors! The trails come alive with flowers, wildlife, and beautiful scenery, so have your camera ready for some incredible desert photography. There are so many things to do in Spring in Moab!
THINGS TO DO IN MOAB IN SPRING
Whether it’s your first time visiting Moab, or you’ve been here countless times, be sure to pack your hiking boots. Trails like the Delicate Arch, Grandstaff Canyon, Corona Arch, and Fisher Towers Trail need to be on every hiker’s to-do list. Mountain cyclists can’t miss the famed Slickrock Trail or the Moab Brand Trail network, both of which are generally in terrific condition come springtime. To include a little more adrenaline to your journey, schedule a four-wheeling tour with one of the guides in the area.
Downtown Moab has lots of locally owned guides, outfitters, artists, and dining establishments– make sure to spend a night roaming through town for a taste of the regional way of life. The way the desert seems to come to life under a rising sun is amazingly memorable. Get up early, get a bite to eat in the area, and catch a daybreak from a red rock vista.
Moab has typically great weather, but it’s not immune from surprises from Nature. As a general rule, you can depend on jacket weather conditions in spring with temperature levels averaging around 60 degrees in March and approaching to the 80’s by May.