This edition is basically the same as of the 1st, but a number of new hikes to fotogenic places and to rock art sites have been added, plus more local history. This book has brief stories of Charley Steen, the guy most-responsible for Utah’s Uranium Boom; Moab’s own Swanny Kerby and his professional rodeo career; John Romjue the best moonshiner in southeast Utah; plus more history about making moonshine whiskey in the canyons during the 1920’s & early ’30’s; the Moynier brothers sheep outfit, and more. Also added, are lots more hikes to rock art sites. One example, there are now at least 6 known faces panels and they’re called the 3, 4, 5, 9, 11, and 13 Faces Panels, and they’re all in or near The Needles District. This means they all could have been painted by the same Michelangelo! Something to think about. Also, Moab has to be the rock art capital of the world! 392 pages, 429 mostly color photos.