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Pack Creek Ranch [Category: Lodging]
A Historic Guest Ranch Cradled in the Foothills of the La Sal Mountains. 15 miles southeast of Moab.

Pasta Jay's [Category: Dining]
Papa Jay's is an Italian restaurant with locations in Boulder, Denver and 4 South Main Street Moab.

Peace Tree Juice Cafe [Category: Dining]
The Peache Tree Juice Cafe offers a selection of healthy fresh juices, smoothies, salads and sandwiches.

Petra Gallery [Category: Artists]
Moab's Petra Gallery represents area artists including Sally Hingley, Robin Straub, Carolyn King, Annie Goodenough, Cynthia Beyer, and Glynda Marcus.

The PetroGlyph [Category: Nature]
The PetroGlyph is an online forum about the environment and the nation.

PetroScans [Category: Photography]
Photographic and Digital Fine Arts

Phoienix Rising Center [Category: Schools]
Phoenix Rising Center offers classes and seminars in Taiqi, Qigong, martial arts (Kung fu), and meditation.

Photos Online [Category: Photography]
Scenic photography and travel information about Arches National Park

Plateau Restoration [Category: Nature]
Moab's Center for Ecological Restoration and Outdoor Education. The organization offers landscaping and restoration services and is a source for native plants and seeds.

Poison Spider Bicycles [Category: Bikes]
Rent a Bike in Moab. Top notch bikes, friendly advice and expert service at Poison Spider Bicycles.

Portal RV Resort [Category: Campgrounds]
Portal RV Resort is located conveniently off Highway 191, with 360 degree stunning mountain view, just minutes from world famous national parks.

Protophoto - Moab [Category: Photography]
Most people come to Moab to take pictures of the surrounding wilderness. I took pictures of the town. This gallery simply shows images of the town of Moab, Utah.

Public Lands Information Center [Category: Recreation]
The Public Lands Information Center includes a wealth of information on using the public lands thoughout Utah and the Western US.