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Since it opened in 2002, Red Cliffs Lodge has become a favorite weekend getaway of locals and national travel writers. The lodge sits high on the banks of the Colorado River surrounded by 2,000-foot-tall sheer red rock cliffs, overlooking the river's best white-water rapids. The surrounding rugged Western landscape served as a backdrop of many a Hollywood Western, including "Rio Grande" with John Wayne. Inside, the lodge’s 20-foot high ceilings and exposed wood beams, natural wood paneling, tile floors, log furniture and film memorabilia intrigue and beckon guests to stay and explore. The lodge is home to the Castle Creek Winery and the Moab Movie Museum. Dining at the terraced Cowboy Grill will top off your stay.