Unique Navajo-Inspired Vacation Rental at Adventure Retreat in Moab, Utah

Hut in Moab, UT

2 guests • 1 bed

5.0
1 reviews

This unique Navajo Hogan rental is located at an adventure retreat property—ideal for an unforgettable vacation in Moab, Utah. The accommodation can sleep up to two guests and comes with a queen-size bed. Linens, towels, Wi-Fi, and heating are provided, and there is free parking on-site for guests.

The accommodation is pet-friendly.

Guests of the unique Navajo Hogan accommodations will have shared access to a small building in between them that has a toilet, sink, and outdoor enclosed shower.

For those who want to make the drive, about a mile away (10 minutes), guests can make their way over to the main lodge to use the kitchen and take advantage of the huge library of CDs, DVDs, and books.

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Features and services

Beds

  • 1 Queen-size bed

Most popular features

  • Pets allowed

  • Wi-Fi/Internet

  • National Park

  • Heating

  • Hiking

  • Swimming

  • Fishing

  • Air conditioning

  • Wildlife watching

  • Water sports

  • barbecue

    Shared Barbecue

  • Parking

  • Fire pit

  • Deck/Patio

  • kayak

    Kayaking/Canoeing

  • ATV/Quads/4x4

  • Open fires allowed

  • Feeding animals

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Where you will stay

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Moab, Utah

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Scenic views
  • Canyonlands National Park
    5 miles straight-line distance
    9 kilometers straight-line distance

This property is located 17 miles from Moab on a mostly dirt road. It's only 17 miles but it will take an hour. Guests don't normally need four-wheel drive to get here but some ground clearance would help. If height is an issue, there will be lots of issues driving up and down Hurrah Pass on the journey to Base Camp. There are unlimited hikes on and from the property. Dinosaur tracks, fossils, all types of geology, petrified wood, critters of all kinds to include, fox, ringtail, spotted skunk, badger, raccoon, mule deer, bighorn sheep, and a nearly 200 pound African Spur tortoise that lives here.

The day views are tremendous and the night sky unbelievable. There are hundreds of birds, squirrels, and chipmunks that do also. Close by there are mines, caves, springs, pottery sherds, arrowhead flakes, petroglyphs, abandoned oil well, and long-forgotten structures.

It is not Arches, Canyonlands, Bear Ears, or Dead Horse State Park. Yes, there are arches, balanced rocks, hikes with incredible canyon views, and almost everything guests could imagine and more. The one thing guests won't find that all those places have are the crowds. There are five rooms at this property and six next door at Last Hurrah and even if completely full that's still generally less than 20 or 30 across this huge landscape versus the hundreds or thousands at the parks.

Guests who want to spend time at the parks should probably visit them before they drive out or after checking out of this property. Those who want to experience the night sky with more stars than ever known, see critters in their natural environment, put their feet on grounds that may have never been walked on before, and maybe get their hands a little dirty, exploring this incredible landscape is just the place.

There is not a day that the host does not wake up and know what a special place this is. It's amazing and the host is happy to share it.
Activities near Moab
  • Swimming

  • Hiking

  • Water sports

  • kayak

    Kayaking/Canoeing

  • Climbing

  • Fishing

  • Boating/Sailing

  • ATV/Quads/4x4

  • Wildlife watching

  • Feeding animals

Hikes include Land of the Skinny People, million year old maize. The Fingers where the horror movie The Canyonlands was filmed. I think we got all the dead people out. Wind Caves, is about 90 minute hike each way. 20 or so caves that are mostly linked together, Boulder Canyon hiking over, under, and around boulders and you can hike for miles in three directions. Not west though. Colorado River is in the way.

Kayaks, both singles and doubles are at the boat ramp already. Sign waivers, pick up paddles and jackets in the lodge and you're on your way. Sometimes in late April to early July the river is too swift for kayaking. Depending on the amount of snow melt in the Rockies it can happen.

Kobae, the property's 210 pound security tortoise frequently hangs out on the porch but he loves to hike also. Sometimes generally in August through October and into early November he'll go hiking. Someone has to go with him to keep him out of trouble. If you'd like to go with him I can make that happen.

This property offers up two 18 hole golf courses. Not just blue and red, two blue and red with fearsome reputations. We have discs and maps. disc golf course with a fearsome reputation.

With darkness, the little people come to the lodge porch to eat. come to visit from the canyons and the river. Raccoons, ring tail, skunk, and fox come most nights. Feeding times vary depending on time of the year so check with the lodge for times while you're visiting.

Take a side by side to the Wind Caves and Chicken Corner. It's the end of the road at Chicken Corner but not the end of the trail. There's a trail that goes around the corner. It's not for everybody. Three or four feet wide and several hundred feet down but if you do walk it the view coming out is incredible.
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Things to know

Arrival and departure

  • Check-in: From 03:00 PM

  • Check-out: 11:00 AM

House rules

  • Pets allowed

  • No smoking

  • No parties

  • No events

  • Open fires allowed

  • Some spaces are shared

Cancellation policy

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Additional info

Pets are welcome. Dogs may run down to the river and play in the mud and water. The host expects guests keep pets out of the room until he/she is clean and ready. There are hundreds of critters that come to the porch to eat and live here year-round. Guests are asked to keep their dog from chasing and harassing them.
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