Moab is drowning in tourists, and Utah is making Grand County spend millions a year to invite more
Push to attract crowds to the state’s national parks has proven too successful
So many tourists go there to hike, camp, stargaze, four-wheel drive, climb, ride, jump, float, slackline — not to mention sit in traffic — that visiting Utah’s busted uranium town turned booming outdoor magnet is not always the joyful experience for which Moab is justly famous.
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