Moab 240 Endurance Run

Moab 240 Endurance Run

Oct/13/2023 - Oct/17/2023

Destination Trail-Moab 240 Endurance Run

Experience the breathtaking beauty of the Southwest as you embark on a 240-mile journey through a diverse landscape. The desert and canyons have many beautiful sights to see, with something new and captivating at every mile. While you explore the rough land, beautiful views of colorful rock formations against a blue sky will surround you.

The adventure takes you through two magnificent mountain ranges including the La Sal Mountains, each with its own unique charm. As you wind your way through these majestic peaks, the panoramic views will treat you and leave you in awe. The towering cliffs and rugged slopes create a dramatic backdrop, showcasing the raw power of nature.

As you journey, the natural wonders of Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park will surround you. These special places have lots of special plants and animals, making your experience even more magical. Keep your eyes peeled for elusive wildlife, such as bighorn sheep and golden eagles, as they gracefully navigate their natural habitat.

As you go further into the wild, you can find hidden treasures and secret paths that only brave explorers find. Discover secluded oases nestled amidst the arid desert, offering a refreshing respite from the sun-soaked landscape. The old rock art made by Native American tribes who lived here is truly amazing. It showcases the long history of this special area.

If you love hiking, nature, or just want peace in the outdoors, this 240-mile trip will be amazing. Get ready for an exciting adventure. Pack your bags, put on your boots, and create unforgettable memories that will stay with you forever.

Book Your Stay

Plan your stay at one of Moab’s four hotels. The four hotels are Expedition Lodge, Homewood Suites, Hampton Inn, and the newly renovated Holiday Inn Express & Suites Moab.

Begin your day with a free hot breakfast. Stay connected with free Wi-Fi.

Relax in our comfortable guest rooms after a long day of trail running.