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Gemini Bridges

Trailhead: Highway 191 north to mile marker 135.5, Moab, UT
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2 Routes to the Gemini Bridges

There are 2 different routes to get to the Gemini Bridges; one needs a high clearance 4X4 vehicle... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
ROSS B
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Los Angeles, California, USA
first off road experience

You are immediately climbing a hill with loose rocks. the map and the written instructions were not... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
nekrum30
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Palm Beach Gardens, Florida
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  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
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“short hike” (17 reviews)
“dirt road” (13 reviews)
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Trailhead: Highway 191 north to mile marker 135.5, Moab, UT
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Reviewed 2 days ago

There are 2 different routes to get to the Gemini Bridges; one needs a high clearance 4X4 vehicle and the other doesn’t. If you travel north out of Moab on US 191, after the entrance to Arches and before the US 313 turnoff to Canyonlands,...More

Thank ROSS B
Reviewed 3 days ago

You are immediately climbing a hill with loose rocks. the map and the written instructions were not helpful,and the signs were far apart. We made a wrong turn leaving the bridges and had to double back to get out to rte 313. the bridges themselves...More

Thank nekrum30
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The markings and directions suck on these trails comon feds are state fix this its a shame so nice but so cheap

Thank Jason H
Reviewed 1 week ago

Accessable from 191 or State 313 on a rough road that bring you through some scenic areas. Be carefull as hikers and bikers use this road to get to the trail head. Becarefull and stay on the trails to the bridges. Leash your pets and...More

Thank ChrisNjesup
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took a RZR tour that went to Gemini Bridges. It was amazing. One bridge is so large that it hides the second one. Well worth the trip there and the short hike from the parking area to the Bridges. If traveling with little ones,...More

Thank Kay G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It happen to be conveniently on our way out of a Jeep trail so we ventured off to the Gemini Bridges. It is easy for nearly all to get to, 300 ft from the parking lot, flat with a slight grade. It's very scenic and...More

Thank turtlegirl73
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Many trails to access this area by 4 x 4 and jeeps. Amazing photo opportunities and a must see while visiting Moab.

Thank HappyTrailsToAll
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First time off-roading, went with an enthusiastic group. Fantastic views, some scary spots in road, great time.

Thank meredith k
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We were on an ATV trail ride and our guide took us to the top of Gemini Bridges and it is high up there. Another site of two rocks linked together and you can't help but wonder how many millions of years it took to...More

Thank SandieNC49
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Rode MTB on some trails in this system mid May 2017. Fun, variety of trails and features and amazing views in all directions.

Thank Tom G
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genehayes
I have a 2 (TWO) wheel drive Ford Expedition. Would you recommend The Gemini Bridges off road trail in this vehicle???
14 April 2017|
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Response from Richard J | Reviewed this property |
The road coming in to Gemini Bridges from the west (Highway 313) is much smoother than coming in from Highway 191. It you are concerned go in from Highway 313. Clearance is more of an issue going in from 191, you don't... More
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