Moab is one ofAmerica's best adventure destinations. Your choices here include mountain biking, river rafting, rock climbing, hiking, sky diving, and an amazingly diverse plethora of restaurants and shops. Moab comes to life in the spring and fall as fat tire enthusiasts and rock climbers descend in droves. The town stays fairly busy year-round though, even in the hot summer months, which is when you're most likely to encounter a virtual little Paris or Munich as more Europeans than Americans seem to stroll the downtown area.
Moab features a decent variety of restaurants, including a sushi counter (the otherwise mostly Chinese Szechuan Restaurant), vegetarian (Eklecticafe), Mexican (La Hacienda, Miguel's Baja Grill), and good old American diner food (Moab Diner). Definitely grab breakfast at the Jailhouse Cafe, a local classic. Quaff a Polygamy Porter brew ("why just have one?") with your bleu cheese burger at Eddie McStiff's, or go upscale at the Desert Bistro and sample local fresh produce and wild game such as elk or deer.
Run the Colorado River with Tag-A-Long River & Wilderness Expeditions, or rent a bike at Poison Spider Bicycles. Take a scenic (and how) flight over this area with Arches & Classic Helicopter Services. Go wine tasting (yes, really) at Spanish Valley Vineyards & Winery or Castle Creek Winery—both are darn good.
Moab has so much to offer for a small town it's mind-boggling. What are you waiting for? Get out there!