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All reviews beautiful drive fisher towers grand junction colorado river two lane road boat launches rafters and kayakers castle valley bike trail canyon walls the red cliffs lodge the main highway onion creek stunning scenery every turn rock formations cisco
We are a road trip and we saw a sign from the road saying beach, we were sceptical as we were following the Colorado river, however when we pulled off the road my only regret was that we didn’t pack a picnic. It was such...More
We drove home via Hwy 128 and it had so many beautiful areas to see. The trees were changing colors and we had great places for pictures. There are several camping areas along the way and the river is beautiful. Great drive home.
The Colorado Riverway Recreation Area includes all the public lands nestled along the Colorado River and Utah State Route 128 from Dewey Bridge to US Route 191, the area long the river and Utah Route 279 from the Moab Valley to Potash and the area...More
We rafted down the Colorado with Cayon Voyages we took the full day float. This was fun and a nice break from our days hiking. The water was mild and refreshing in June. The tour guide was friendly and fun. We got a chance to...More
Its not just the river, but the scenic drive, photo stops along the way and the Fisher Towers hiking area out west of Moab. Its also a wonderful way to approach or leave Moab if you are coming from or heading to Grand Junction/Colorado and...More
What a pleasant surprise. We took Utah 128 north towards, Castle Canyon, Cisco, I-70 to return to Colorado after visiting Arches National Monument. Great return trip. You follow the Colorado River and it is like driving through the Grand Canyon. The river is dotted with...More
This is way way more scenic than most of the badged “scenic byways”. We had done the rather dismal Flaming Gorge route the day before and there is simply no comparison. From the point the gorge starts to the point you turn onto the main...More
The colorado riverway rund east from Moab or you can come from the east off of Interstate 70. You could do the drive as a day trip in about 3 hours from Moab to I-70 and then back to Moab. It is worth the time.