Find your way to or around Moab can be tricky, but we're here to help.
Moab is a beautiful place but getting here doesn't have to be hard. You can fly, drive or take a train. Moab has tons of things to see, but there are some big distances you'll need to travel to get there. We don't have public transportation so we highly recommend renting a car to make your life easier. Check out our helpful information below.
Moab's airport is called Canyonlands Air Field (airport code CNY). It's a smaller airport but offers flights from other major airports:
- SkyWest/United Airlines flies from Denver (DEN) daily. Flights schedules vary with the season, check the SkyWest/United schedule.
- Delta Airlines flies directly from Salt Lake City (SLC). Flights schedules vary with the season, check the Delta schedule.
- Other options include flying to Salt Lake City (SLC) and renting a car for a 4-hour drive, flying to Grand Junction (GJT), renting a car for a 1.5-hour drive, or flying to Denver (DEN) and renting a car for a 5-hour drive.
Renting a Car is by far the easiest way to see all the beautiful sights of Moab. There's a vast amount of space between all the sights, that you might find it hard to see them all because you don't have a car. Taxi/Shuttle services are hit or miss depending on the time of the year.
|Rental Company Name||Rents Autos||Rents 4x4s||Rents Jeep Campers|
|Canyonlands Jeep Adventures|
|Cliffhanger Jeep Rentals|
|Southwest Jeep Adventures|
Taxi/Shuttle services are more challenging to find in Moab than in big cities. You could get lucky and find a ride on Uber and Lyft, but that's hit or miss depending on the time of the day. Here's a list of places to begin your search
Tip to think outside the box
Just need to get around town a bit? Consider renting an e-bike or e-scooter. Rentals come with backpacks so you can do some shopping.
Need a shuttle to the Green or Colorado River for a canoe trip? Visit our Canoeing Shuttles page.
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The people who run the horseback ride are fantastic! Beautiful, healthy animals, great trails, and the staff teaches horsemanship in a particularly engaging manner. Best ride we’ve ever had!”