Gemini Bridges Trail is a 35.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Moab, Utah that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
off road driving
For an out-and-back ride, park your car at this turnout and start riding your bike up the trail. For a loop ride or to shuttle a car, park your car at the turnout and continue up US 191 to Highway 313, where you will ride or drive uphill for 12.8 miles to a dirt road on your left marked Gemini Bridges. Easy SUV road and popular mountain bike route Beautiful scenery on way to remarkable Gemini Bridges. The bridges are not apparent until you get close and look down. An extremely popular mountain bike route. Please slow down to minimize dust when passing. To view bridges from below, see Bull Canyon Trail. (Available from FunTreks on EveryTrail.) Turn left on road before Gooney Bird Rock for good camp spots. Open all year weather permitting. Best time to go: Spring and Fall. Located on BLM land. For current status call Bureau of Land Management, Moab Field Office at (435) 259-2100. Off-road Driving Rating: Easy. This once-rocky road has been tamed by rock-grinding equipment. One steep hill after Point #5 requires four-wheel drive.
fun trip to the bridges. loved the beginning of the trail when you have to climb the side of the hill.
Easy off road travel. Quick walk from the road to the bridges. Don't be dumb and jump the gap between the bridges.
4 wheeled to the bridge a few years ago and loved seeing this bridge
UTVd this one. Fun ride and spectacular views.
I guess we took the ATV road section by mountain bike to Gemini Bridges. I wasn't in love with it but my bf thought it was the best thing ever since on the way out there is a pretty long downhill. I wasn't a fan of the gravel but the gravelly section isn't that long.
We rented a Jeep Grand Cherokee while in Moab and decided to do a little
off-roading. This trail was fun, a little bumpy, but easy to manage. Get out and hike the short distance to Gemini Bridges there really cool.
Super great, easy drive to the bridge. I HIGHLY recommend driving down to the bottom and taking a stroll to the bottom side of the arch. It's a pretty rad opportunity to stand on the bridge then see it from the bottom! We went there in Dec 2014 and it was pretty chilly even though the skies were clear. I suggest a hat all year round as the sun is still bright when the sky is clear in the winter. Check in with the rangers before heading out to check which trails are open.
This trail is light and fun, the best part was getting to walk out onto the Gemini Bridges and take lots of cool pictures. Its awesome how it is a straight drop down from the bridges but not to worry its plenty wide to stand and walk across!
Drove to bottom of and hiked to the bottom of the Bridges. Views up are incredible. Also took the left fork in the trail and hiked up the wash just to see what was there. Worth it! Tadpoles and frogs galore in the water. :) Even if you're only going to the view the Bridges, TAKE WATER and WEAR A HAT! Duh!! Several of the folks who didn't were in pretty bad shape by the time they got back to their Jeeps. Saw some snakes so be VERY careful about climbing on the rocks at the bottom.
View from top not nearly as impressive and took almost an hour of driving to get there. Some bikers (who come out of nowhere!) but lots more "Jeepers."
Drove this trail in 2011. This is a very busy trail. Watch for cyclists. Nice views at the top of the bluff just off US191.
An easy 4WD trail to the Gemini Bridges from Moab. We took the side road up Bull Canyon to the bottom of the Bridges and then back up to the top again. Actually, the view from the bottom is better than the usual view on top. Helped a pickup that had high-centered on a rock on the Bull Run trail. A couple of yanks with a tow strap and she was free.
Along with my sons Ron and Bob, we made this Jeep trip to the Gemini Bridges. Once there, we decided to see the Bridges from below on the Bull Canyon Trail. Bad Idea! We got 3 flats, the side walls on our "street tired" Jeep blew out. We were forced to hike 10 miles in 95 degree heat back to the main highway. Then hitchhike back to town. We rented a Jeep Cherokee and returned to our disabled Jeep, took off the rims and returned them to town for remounting with new tires...at great expence. We retraced our way back to the disabled Jeep and change the tires, then taking both Jeeps back to town. Lesson learned.."Do not use street tires when off road Jeeping"! Check any Jeep rental to insure proper tires are on the vehicle!
Nice drive and wonderful arches at the end.