About Hike Moab Hike Moab specializes in guided hiking tours in Moab the moab area and the southwest, including the many national parks and monuments in the region.

The company was started in 2015 by MacArthur Lloyd, whom after years of exploring the Moab area had proved to be a valuable asset to visitors. He noticed a demand for a company that focused entirely on hiking and backpacking, instead of the myriad other activities that made Moab famous.

Our skilled and knowledgeable guides have had years of experience exploring the Southwest as well as other parts of the world which allows us to provide a safe, fun, and educational outdoor experience. We pride ourselves on our knowledge of trails, trips, and routes that the other guys don't want you to know about.

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Our Guides

MacArthur "Mac" Lloyd: MacArthur LloydAs the founder of Hike Moab, Mac has a personal interest in assuring the best experience possible for his clients. He has an extensive knowledge of local geology, history, and the fascinating processes that sculpted this unique region as well as a passion for hiking that can be contagious! Request this guide in the comments section while booking.







Micah Hatcher: Micah HatcherMicah is a hardy veteran of the outdoors in many parts of the country, and Moab is no exception. From the swamps of Florida to the Deserts of the Southwest, his knowledge and expertise assures a safe and entertaining experience. Request this guide in the comments section while booking.





Erin Greenley (Available for the Local Secrets Tour Only): Erin GreenleyErin has been hiking and biking in Moab for 13 years, and has an intimate knowledge of the local secrets and hidden gems Moab has to offer. She also owns a local Bed and Breakfast called The Launch Pad which specializes in lodging and support for adventurers like you! Request this guide in the comments section while booking.



Gina Roberti: Gina Roberti I A geologist by trade, Gina has lived in and studied the geologic and natural history of the Western US for several years. As a naturalist guide, her expertise is informed by a variety of field-based experiences, including work as a paleontologist digging fossils in the Panama Canal and outdoor educator for the Canyonlands Field Institute. In Moab, she spends much of her time on a bicycle, and delights in exploring quiet canyons. She has led tours for adults and school groups about the paleontology and archeology of the Canyonlands region, as well as custom family trips along the Colorado River and its tributaries. Request this guide in the comments section while booking.



Miriam Graham: Miriam Graham I came to the land of redrocks in 1997, intending to stay for three months. Like many, I was captivated and captured by the spectacular landscape, the unusual lifeforms and especially the sense of silence and solitude. I have worked since '97 as a park ranger at Arches, Zion, and Canyonlands National Parks, as an outdoor educator with Moab elementary school kids and a National Park Service interpreter. When not out hiking, I am a piano tuner, a gardener, and musician. I have a special interest in desert plant life as well as the geology of the area; I am committed to the protection of this unique part of the world through sharing my love for it as well as by educating adults and kids about it. Request this guide in the comments section while booking.






Randy Wallis: Randy Wallis A geologist by profession, Randy has lived in Moab for over 12 years enjoying hiking and canyoneering. His favorite hikes in the summer usually involve wet canyons or the cool mountains. Many adventures await! Request this guide in the comments section while booking.