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Gemini Bridges OHV Trail

MODERATE 139 reviews

Gemini Bridges OHV Trail is a 13 mile heavily trafficked point-to-point 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. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Distance: 13.0 miles Elevation Gain: 1,925 feet Route Type: Point to Point

dog friendly

mountain biking

scenic driving

ohv / off road driving

views

wild flowers

wildlife

rocky

For an out-and-back mountain bike 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. 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. The route shown on this page is a point-to-point. This route could also be done as an out-and-back by turning around after you get to the Gemini Bridges.

ohv/off road driving
rocky
1 month ago

Fun trail. Not too difficult but enough bumps to make it fun. I drove this in a Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk and never needed 4WD.

ohv/off road driving
1 month ago

This is a great trail with off shoot trails for every level. An awesome offshoot from this trail is Bull Canyon which has an off shoot to day canyon. There are expert runs like metal masher and gold bar rim. I highly recommend going to bull canyon and taking the hike to the bottom of Gemini Bridges before taking the road to the top. Short hike that will take your breath away for sure. Once at the top, park and hike to the bridges. Some great echoes through the canyon with breathtaking views. This was all done in a rental Rubicon with no need to use lockers. Highly recommend this trail as a starter trail for your trip to Moab.

ohv/off road driving
3 months ago

Easy drive with great views and a couple spots to get out and hike a little. Remember the trail to the bridges to walk on have green paint to follow. Don’t just wonder to right like sign points.

mountain biking
rocky
3 months ago

Not much shade but plenty of side trails for mountain bikers to avoid traffic. Overall great trail for mountain biking

ohv/off road driving
3 months ago

Great trail, pretty easy for most vehicles. Stupid sign for Gemini Bridges was pointing the exact opposite direction for some form reason. Follow the green lines and not the stupid sign.

hiking
off trail
4 months ago

ohv/off road driving
5 months ago

Decent trail, being from the Midwest and traveling gravel roads all the time this wasn’t as exciting as we thought it was going to be. This was our first Jeep trail with our 2017 JKU so we didn’t know what to expect. It was just like driving gravel at home with of course a couple extra fun parts. That said, nice starter trail.

hiking
rocky
6 months ago

Awesome place to see keep your small children close!

ohv/off road driving
6 months ago

This was a wonderful off road trail! Spectacular views! Very easy to navigate with only a few semi steep incline spots. You can also get out and hike at multiple spots along the route. Would do this again.

ohv/off road driving
6 months ago

This was an easy trail in a RZR 1000. Mostly gravel road. The views of the Gemini Bridges is amazing! Glad we did this trail.

hiking
7 months ago

I actually had my family drop me off about 6 miles before heading back to the parking lot to hook the razor back up. The run descending was amazing. The red rock, quietness, view, flats, climbs and running downhill was everything.

ohv/off road driving
7 months ago

This is a fun little trail. We drove from 191 to 313 and stopped along to view the bridges area. I rated it a 4 because it's fun to do but overall scenery is better in other locations.

ohv/off road driving
7 months ago

Wow!! Breath taking views. There was plenty of opportunity to hike or mountain bike this trail as well. Easy drive anyone could to this one. It was hot when we went so wear sun protection, not any shade. There were some camping spots but they were to crowded for us.

7 months ago

easy for a truck,never needed 4 wheel drive. the sights are spectacular.

ohv/off road driving
7 months ago

Gemini Bridges themselves were awesome features and you could walk around the sight pretty easily. We drove a stock 2016 Ram 1500 from 191 to 313 no problem at all. The 313 side is way smoother, pretty much a groomed dirt road. One of the favorite parts of our trip.

ohv/off road driving
8 months ago

A beautiful view. We drove an atv to the trail head. A short distance from parking area once you arrive.

hiking
bridge out
8 months ago

ohv/off road driving
8 months ago

Easy trail, headed all the way down to a short hike to see Gemini Bridges from below (15m each way). No obstacles- any awd vehicle with decent ground clearance won’t have an issue.

hiking
9 months ago

Did this a trail with a combination of Polaris Razor/ Mountain bike. So much fun! I will come back again and again! I got to see Gemini bridge from the top and the bottom.

ohv/off road driving
9 months ago

Easy family friendly trail, we had ages 7 to 62 in a 6-seater side by side. Short walks to Tusher Tunnel, Dinosaur Bones, and Stagecoach Stop.

ohv/off road driving
11 months ago

Fun trail, did it in a stock 4x4 4Runner. Great trail for the family!

ohv/off road driving
Sun Jan 06 2019

Fun trail, the climb from 191 might be one of the best parts, most 4x4 should be able to make it from 191 easy, most vehicles could make it from 313, we only saw 2 other vehicles on our drive thru. Easy hikes and lots of spots for pictures. If u do it in the winter, be careful of ice, long fall if ur vehicle slides.

ohv/off road driving
Thu Jan 03 2019

Great, easy trail to get off the pavement and a little off the beaten path. Lots of great hiking out in that area, looked like a few campsites along the trail as well. Easy trail, done in a 2017 Jeep JKU Sport on 32" Duratracs. Highly recommend for some good sights and soft/easy off-roading.

hiking
Sun Dec 30 2018

pretty views, lots of room to explore!

ohv/off road driving
Mon Jul 02 2018

Used this as part of a loop trip. Gemini Bridges, to 313, then Shafer Trail to Potash and back to Moab. I did take the Bull Canyon run to the bottom of the arches (worth it, you need 4wd for that tail). First part of the main trail is much more interesting, that the second half. After the bridges it becomes a bumpy ride then gravel road to 313.

Sun Jun 03 2018

Have taken it both ways. Pretty, especially the lower parts!

ohv/off road driving
Sun May 20 2018

Great to wheel and plenty of scenery. Did the trail in a 2wd forerunner nissan titan.

Sun Sep 17 2017

This was a fun trail that took us 1.5 hours in our new stock 4runner. There is a good variety of scenery including a nice ledge climb at the start near 191, some sandy sections, flat rock sections and a short hike to the bridges. The last few miles is a gravel road on the plateau. The first part required a bit of spotting by my wife but she said we weren't close to scraping anything.

ohv/off road driving
no shade
rocky
Fri Aug 04 2017

We've driven this trail two times and it was great both times. This trail afforded many scenic views and photo opportunities. This is a great journey for returning to Moab from Canyonlands National Park and Dead Horse Point State Park.

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