When you are considering planning a trip to such adventurous places as Denver and Moab, we understand that it can be hard to have a packaged tour that is truly one size fits all.

While in Denver, you may want to explore the culture and history of the city itself, do some hiking in the nearby Rockies, see your favorite artist play at the world-famous Red Rocks Amphitheater, or watch one of Denver’s 6 professional sports teams.

While in Moab, you may want to join an organized sightseeing tour of Canyonlands or Arches National Park, rent a car and explore on your own, do some hiking of varying degrees of difficulty, or do a more extreme sport such as biking, rafting, or ATVing to name a few.

No matter what your hobbies and interests are, the one thing that we all have in common is what brought you here in the first place; your interest in an incredible rail journey between Denver and Moab. This route offers some of the most scenic landscapes that the USA has to offer: the Colorado Rocky Mountains and the Red Rock formations of Utah’s National Parks.

If you would prefer to book rail-only tickets and plan your own accommodations, transportation, and daily activities, we recommend that you request a quote for the train using the link below. Once you’ve confirmed availability and pricing for the rail portion of the trip, you can then get started on planning the rest of your trip around it. On the following pages, you will find some helpful tips and tricks that our team has learned from traveling this route many times over the years:

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If you would prefer to have most of the planning done for you including the rail, hotels, and transportation, we recommend that you check out some of the tour options found at the link below. We would suggest looking into the tour options that include Salt Lake City or Las Vegas as these tour options will offer the convenience of ending your trip in a city with an international airport which will make booking your flight home much easier.

If you have never been to Moab before, Canyonlands and Arches National Parks are both must-see places so a full day or two to explore, at minimum, is strongly recommended. If you have been to Moab before, you know that no amount of time is too long, and like us, you are constantly looking for ways to go back. Moab does not have an international airport so starting or ending your trip there would involve making your own way in/out.

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