Valentine’s Weekend Destination -Red Cliff’s Lodge

For all the romantics out there, the Mountain Express Cupid has a delightful get away suggestion; surprise your loved one with a Valentine’s Weekend Destination to Moab!

Take the scenic 4 hours drive to Moab and check in to the romantic Red Cliffs Lodge. Go to to book your stay. You can also call them directly at 435-259-2002.

Trip Advisor rates Red Cliffs Lodge as the Best Place to Stay in Moab! Enjoy spacious suites and comfortable cabins with private patios. You will love the stunning views of Castle Creek or the Colorado River. Plus, each cabin includes a fireplace for a magical evening, shared with your favorite adventure partner. Additional perks include comfortable cotton robes and flat screen TV’s.

Your Valentine’s Weekend Destination at Red Cliff’s Lodge can also include a workout routine in their modern fitness center and relaxing soak in their year-round hot tub. Additional amenities include free parking and free Wi-Fi.

Nearby Moab fun includes hiking and biking. With plenty of chances to get amazing photos and selfies, be sure to have your phone and/or camera ready!

You can also check out the Moab Museum of Film and Western Heritage at the Red Cliff’s Lodge. The ranch was settled in the late 1800’s and has been a working ranch ever since – raising cattle and horses to this day. While cattle raising is a major part of Red Cliff’s Lodge history, filmmaking has also been extremely important. Popular Western Films such as Rio Grande, the Commancheros and Son of Cochise. John Wayne, Maureen O-Hara, Rock Hudson, Henry Fonda and James Stewart. More recently Geronimo, City Slickers and Thelma and Louise have all used the Moab area as their backdrop.

If you have already booked a Valentine’s Weekend Destination in Moab, The Cowboy Grill at Red Cliff’s Lodge is open and will have a special sweetheart’s menu! For dinner reservations, call 435-259-2002.

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