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    Hampton Inn??

    488 North Main Street
    Moab, Utah, USA, 84532

    how close is that from the trails and town center? What's typical, sleep at a inn and then drive to the trail head? Or is Moab small enough that we could just ride to the trail heads?is it a park? Entrance tickets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpinD
    488 North Main Street
    Moab, Utah, USA, 84532

    how close is that from the trails and town center? What's typical, sleep at a inn and then drive to the trail head? Or is Moab small enough that we could just ride to the trail heads?is it a park? Entrance tickets?
    That address places the Hampton Inn close to the town center. There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance.

    With regard to riding, it depends upon the trailhead. There are some which you'll want to drive to. If you were thinking about riding the famous Slickrock Trail, it's in the Sand Flats Recreation Area. The fee to get in is nominal ($5/vehicle or $2/bike) and the pass is good for three days. It's not that far away from where you are staying, so you can certainly ride there if you wish.

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    That thing is an f'in monstrosity. It is right across the street from Poison Spider, and it looks like bad suburbia industrial wasteland dropped into Moab.

    From town, you can ride to Slickrock(3 mi), Amasa Back(3 mi), Gemini Bridges/Gold Bar/Portal (9 mi), Poison Spider(7 mi), Porcupine(11 mi), Moab Rim/Hidden Valley (2 mi), Flat Pass (5 mi). These are the distances to the trailheads. You can hire shuttles to most trails. From the Hampton Hovel, you can walk or ride to any of the bike shops or restaurants.

    Between the Hampton and the freaking condos everywhere, Moab looks more and more like a bad tourist trap town everyday.

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