With 3,000 miles of trails, Grand County is just that—grand.
More than 3 million visitors trek from around the world to marvel at the magnificence of Moab.
Moab cowboy Kent Green is a retired deputy sheriff and was born and raised in the area. His company, Moab Cowboy Country Offroad Adventures, offers 4X4 tours around the area. With over 21 years of experience, Green knows the trails around Moab better than most.
“You get to drive our machines and follow behind the guide. So you not only get to experience being in the great outdoors, but you get to experience the off road portion of it; we get to stop and point out the seven generations worth of history here in Moab,” he said.
If you’re looking for a slower speed, the county has a plethora of hikes and no shortages of terrain to climb
A visitor favorite is Fisher Towers.
In Grand County the adventure doesn’t stop after dark. Canyonlands By Night is one of the most unique opportunities Moab has to offer.
It’s a dinner and light show that illuminates the canyon walls as you float down the Colorado River.
There’s moving shadows, Native American history, fantastic geology, and a taste of Hollywood. It’s a special tradition that has been running since the 1960s.
The Good4Utah Road Tour is sponsored by Inergy.