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Every time we are headed to Moab, we take this relaxing, pretty trip along the Colorado River. We had been in Canyon Country for some days and were headed home to Colorado. There is never much traffic here and it is a relaxing stroll along...More
Views from this drive are definitely worth the trip. So much to see and do along this drive. Camping along multiple areas as are also places to hike, watch people practicing rock climbing in the Big Bend area. Meanders back and forth following the river...More
We traveled from Grand Junction CO to Moab area (Red Cliffs Lodge) via I-70 - exited onto Rt 128 -- we are flatlanders from southern NJ so this entire driving experience was an eye-opener -- the best was yet to come. It doesn't come anymore...More
Getting on route 128 is a snap. it intersects interstate191 just below Arches. We have been to Moab several times, always take this drive. The route parallels the Colorado River- you get to accompany the river as it cuts through the red rock. On this...More
This route along the Colorado River skirts through a beautiful part of Utah...high red rock cliffs abut both sides of the narrow winding highway that eventually breaks into plains just before reaching interstate 70 heading into Colorado...I would highly recommend this scenic drive
Most folks take this drive from Grand Junction to Moab. We did it the other direction and it really was amazing. This canyon is something that inspires poets and painters and the light coming through the Colorado River canyon walls is just amazing. From the...More
After a while, a weary traveler in southeastern Utah begins to wonder if the number of scenic highways and overlooks and vistas will ever run out. How many of them are there? Do I have time to experience all of them? One that shouldn't be...More
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Actually, we thought it did not make 5 minutes of difference. The other route uses 191 to get to I-70 but it takes you about 30 miles further west on I-70. Go on 128, You will love it! Stunning scenery and a great road.
We drove Hwy 128 once with our 32' 5th wheel & it was fine. UNLESS you're only used to interstate driving, in which case this road might seem a bit daunting. If possible, take it on a weekday; weekends get especially crazy... More
We drove Hwy 128 once with our 32' 5th wheel & it was fine. UNLESS you're only used to interstate driving, in which case this road might seem a bit daunting. If possible, take it on a weekday; weekends get especially crazy with rafters & so on.