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Gemini Bridges, Moab

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TripAdvisor
  • This is one of our favorites in the Moab area. The views of the La Sal mountains, slick rock and surrounding area is spectacular  more »
  • Nice hidden gem off the beaten path. Don't need a major 4-wheeling car to get there, but it's bumpy like any offroad trail is. Signs are easy to follow.  more »
  • Beautiful Scenery, and a fun ride getting there. Make sure to take extra water because it can get pretty warm, but well worth the time.  more »
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  • The 4 wheel drive to this area is both fun and challenging and the view once you've arrived is spectacular. You can drive,bike,or dirt bike your way to this area in a few hours start to finish.
  • Such a neat archway! Going to have to come back!
  • It's a short walk from the trail and totally worth it. My boyfriend chose Gemini Bridges to propose to me! I said yes!
  • A difficult location to get to but well worth the effort. Four-wheel drive is a must. We rented a jeep from Canyonlands Jeep Rental. This was one of their recommended routes.
  • Amazing geography! I've ridden my bike here several times and driven. It is on a 4wd road but can be accessed by 2wd cars with reasonable clearance from the 313 side when it's dry. The bridges are about a quarter mile hike from the parking lot and are not wheelchair accessible. The views are beautiful like so many in the Moab area. It's no wonder there are 2 national parks in the area.