United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Lodging recs for Mackinac Island
  2. 2 Pacific Drive RoadTrip during Thanks giving
  3. 3 Boston Ideas
  4. 4 Trip Report Papakolea Beach/Green Sand Beach - Big Island, Hawaii
  5. 5 Hawaii with 2 young teens
  6. 6 How long to spend at Lassen Volcanic NP?
  7. 7 Traveling across USA via Greyhound
  8. 8 Need Help w/ Itinerary-Redwood NP, Mendocino, Sea Ranch Lodge
  9. 9 Crab restaurants near Silver Springs MD
  10. 10 Hawaii Itinerary for Family with Teens
  11. 11 Anna Maria Island--is north end "too" quiet?
  12. 12 Trip Report Bedford Stuyvesant
  13. 13 Help to plan winter vacation in Yellowstone
  14. 14 Would Torrey be a good base for Moab/Canyonlands
  15. 15 Where to stay in or near San Simeon for one night?
  16. 16 Lake Champlain, VT
  17. 17 Relocation help - move to cool climate
  18. 18 Buying MI lake house- which lake is warmer, medium sized and clear?
  19. 19 Road Trip Along Lake Michigan
  20. 20 Road trip from San Francisco to San Diego
  21. 21 Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Zion..
  22. 22 New York with my 16 year old granddaughter
  23. 23 Coors Field Security for Zac Brown
  24. 24 Withdrawing cash to buy a car
  25. 25 Boulder, CO vs Denver, CO
View next 25 » Back to the top

Moab, Utah to Ouray, CO

Jump to last reply

We have visited Moab a couple of times, arriving from and leaving toward the north. This time we are considering taking route 191 south to route 46 east through La Sal to Bedrock, CO, continuing on route 50 through Naturita to Placerville, Ridgway and on to Ouray. Should we expect most of the western part of that route to be desert? Are there sufficient gas stations, restaurants along that route? Is the road well traveled or mostly deserted? Are there any caveats about dangers along the way? Are we correct that the route is mostly flat terrain until we get to Ridgway? We will be grateful for all advice.

5 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement