Moab Under Canvas

I hate the word glamping (for those who don’t know, glamping is shorthand for “glamorous camping”). I’m not sure what this trend of smashing words together is all about, but I don’t like it one bit. Okay, weird grammar rant over.

Moab Under Canvas is a self-described glamping location – a luxury tented camp near the Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in Utah. The camp consists of a range of canvas tents and tipis with scenic views of the desert, canyons and plateaus – replete with all the fancy amenities that a hotel would have. It looks so nice it’s pretty easy to look beyond that horrible word.

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4 Responses to Moab Under Canvas

  1. I would prefer “luxury camping”. But what the hell, when the view is like that, who really cares? Gorgeous shots.

  2. Jenna says:

    Hey it’s an awful word, but godddd that’s beautiful. Gotta add that to my list of places to go.

    scarlettandgiselle.blogspot.com

  3. Fenne says:

    Love that view!

  4. betr2 says:

    Now that’s Glamping! I keep scrolling through mountains of posts with pics of daggy jeans and dirty shirts with tiny tents and beer; that’s not glamping….that’s camping. Dressing for dinner on the deck of the tent to imbibe and take in the view, most acceptable.

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