The night skies of Moab, Utah are renowned for their beauty and clarity. Situated in the heart of the Colorado Plateau, Moab offers some of the most spectacular stargazing opportunities in the United States thanks to the high altitude, low light pollution, and clear, dry air. The night skies are filled with an incredible array of stars, planets, and other celestial bodies, making it our most popular workshop destination.
Moab, Utah is also known for its stunning natural landscapes and red rock sandstone arches, spires, and canyons. The area is home to two national parks, Arches and Canyonlands, as well as the La Sal Mountains and Dead Horse Point State Park.
Arches National Park is home to over 2,000 natural sandstone arches, as well as other unique rock formations and scenic vistas. Canyonlands National Park offers scenic drives and breathtaking views especially at sunrise and sunset. The La Sal Mountain range, located just east of Moab, offer a different type of natural beauty. The range is known for its aspen groves, alpine meadows, and scenic drives.
The night skies of Moab, Utah are truly a sight to behold. Whether you're an amateur stargazer or a professional astronomer, the clear, dark skies of Moab provide an unparalleled opportunity to observe the cosmos. With its high altitude, low light pollution, and clear, dry air, Moab is the perfect place to experience the beauty and wonder of the night skies.
Join our Timelapse Moab night sky photography workshop and you'll learn the art of night-sky photography and timelapse, while discovering locations in Moab that even locals never knew were there.