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Bill and Leslie's Abajo Haven is a refreshing oasis in Utah canyonlands. The hospitality is genuine and warm, the food and facilities are excellent, and Bill's enthusiastic and well-informed walk-about of local habitat and and native archeology is a real pleasure. I highly recommend the Abajo Haven as a base for exploring eastern Utah.

--Dr. Brian A. Catlos, author Rough Guide Languedoc & Roussillon

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Winter

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Average temperature:
December: low 13, high 35
January: low 10, high 33

Stay in one of our warm, insulated cabins! Portable heaters are provided in each cabin. An outdoor campfire will warm you as you enjoy the snow falling. See the diversity that only this country provides. Snowshoe or cross-country ski the Abajo Mountain. Travel a few miles South of Abajo Haven and hike the desert canyon country. Winter also offers great opportunities to view the elk and wild turkeys that are coming off the mountain to the ranch.

This is a good time of year to explore areas south of us such as; Grand Gulch (a large Ancient Native American population lived in the Grand Gulch area), Monument Valley, Natural Bridges State Park, or Hovenweep National Monument.


Wild bull elk, picture taken near ranch Hovenweep National Monument
Bluff winter balloon festival Abajo Haven Cabin