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Gemini Bridges, Moab

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  • This is a must stop. Beautiful place to drive with a jeep. It was a little challenging to find the trailhead.  more »
  • We rented a jeep from Canyonlands Adventures and they recommended that we start off in Gemini Bridges...it was a thrilling ride. Real off-roading as you would imagine it!!  more »
  • We rented a Jeep 4x4 in Moab and we headed to Gemini Bridges. Beautiful...Spectacular...Fabulous! Highly recommend this off-road trail for the scenery and hiking. The trail ends in Canyonlands and fro...  more »
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  • There's 3 parts to Gemini Bridges: the west road, the east road, and the bottom road. The west road is the easiest and mostly gravel all the way from highway 313; it can be driven with just about any car. The east road is quite rocky and requires 4x4 and high clearance. My stock 2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited had no problems. While some of the places just off of highway 191 seem like they'd be too difficult, most trucks and SUVs will have no problem going up the rocks. The bottom road is known as Bull Canyon Road. It starts about 2 miles east of Gemini Bridges and heads south before swinging back east to approach Gemini Bridges from the bottom of the canyon. This road requires a bit more clearance and better approach / departure angles than a common SUV. There's one ledge that is about a 2 ft. drop (heading in - a climb coming out). As long as you take it slow and pick a good line, it won't be a problem for any Jeep or truck. (remember my vehicle was completely stock). After getting to the parking / trailhead, it's about a mile walk in the shadows of the cliffs up to the bottom of Gemini Bridges. The hike was very easy and totally worth the walk and drive. The roads were fairly empty when we went just after Thanksgiving, but passing could be a problem on Bull Canyon road in some places.
  • Very pretty place. I was genuinely surprised there weren't any fences or chains keeping people from the edges. But the bridges are very pretty and scenic.
  • Great utv activity with a short hike at the end. Also good mountain biking in the area.
  • Amazing views!! There are two ways to see it from up top looking down or from the bottom looking up. Great RZR ride to get there.
  • What a cool place. Rode dirt bikes up from Moab and rode out the back side to Dead Horse Point NP. What's really amazing is when you realize (afterwards) that your earlier shots were being taken on a rock that was really a 'bridge' with nothing below you but a huge fall...

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For affordable accommodations away from tourist crowds, stay outside Moab's busy downtown. Many inns in this area offer free shuttle services to the central part of town, allowing you quick and easy access to Moab's finest shops and restaurants. If you do not plan to spend much time in your room, consider staying at a budget-friendly motel or hostel. For the ultimate in outdoorsy options, campgrounds inside the area's national parks make up what they lack in modern amenities with their panoramic views of the red desert.
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