Utah's Moab Adventure Center Extends Tours in Red Rock Country Through Year's End

By: Moab Adventure Center
 
SALT LAKE CITY - Oct. 13, 2020 - PRLog -- The hiss of deflating rafts will soon mingle with sighs of relief this fall in Moab, Utah, America's red rock playground.

Why sighs of relief?

Because this recreational community that is vested in sharing outdoor recreation with people from around the world is thus far emerging from pandemic 2020 intact and highly functioning.

"We (the community) were closed as of March 17 and into the start of our busiest time of year. But we're bouncing back, slowly at the beginning, but now visitation has started to pick up," reports Elaine Gizler, Moab Area Travel Council Executive Director. "We had a decent summer."

Brandon, Lake, CMO of the Moab Adventure Center (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/), notes that their experience earlier this year mirrors that of the greater Moab community. Activities only resumed once safety protocols were in place in May. But despite a foreshortened season, this company reports a robust outcome. After re-opening its doors early summer, Moab Adventure Center has served over 20,000 avid adventurers on day trips and overnights.

While many will squeeze in one more float on the Colorado River before rafting trips wrap up at the end of October, the following adventures continue on through November and some even into December (weather pending).

Arches National Park (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/arches-national-park) offers the benefits of comfortable temperatures and often fewer crowds in the later months of fall. Tours run year-round. Other popular autumn tours that can be mixed and matched through November include:

●       Ultimate Zip Line Adventure (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/moab-zip-line) is a 2.5-hour outing departing mornings and afternoons. Guests glide over the sandstone fins and gaps above Moab with a series of zip line cables and bridges. The per person rate is $134.

●       Horseback Afternoon Trail Ride (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/afternoon-horseback-ride) spans 1.5 hours packed with the sights and sounds of the West and surrounded by 2,000-foot towering red rock cliffs enroute to Castle Rock. The per person rate is $100.

●       Moab Canyoneering Adventure (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/moab-canyoneering) offers morning and afternoon departures spanning five hours for a canyoneering introduction, with two rappels: 90 feet into a hidden chasm, and 120 feet off a giant rock arch. The per person rate is $107.

●       Moab Rock Climbing (https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/moab-rock-climbing) also has morning and afternoon departures for a five-hour program that's perfect for beginning climbers, kids, or gym climbers. The per person rate is $107.

For information and reservations please call (435) 259-7019 or (866) 904-1163 or visit: https://www.moabadventurecenter.com/.

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