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As I’ve stated in earlier posts, Mountain Dad’s early Christmas gift was this Polaris RZR 4 1000. I’ve never been a big off road vehicle kind of gal, so I was surprised with how much fun I had riding and driving this! I’m no stranger to the outdoors, but taking the RZR out on the trails opened my eyes to how vast the outdoors really is.
Near Moab, Utah are untold acres of BLM land, full of amazing rock formations, ATV trails, biking and hiking opportunities. Thanks to the book Guide to Moab, UT Backroads & 4-Wheel Drive Trails by Charles A. Wells, I am now much more familiar with some of the off road areas near Moab, Utah. Wow, there’s a lot.
Gemini Bridges is about eight miles along a 4-Wheel drive trail starting at a parking area on Highway 191, just 1.3 miles away from Highway 313. The twists and turns of the back country roads offer amazing scenery and we combined our trip to Gemini Bridges with a trip down Bull Canyon to experience the rock walls up close.
It was an amazing trip and inspired me with every turn. I can’t wait to try it out in warmer weather.
Trail Info: Gemini Bridges and Bull Canyon
Length: 7.8 miles to Gemini Bridges, additional 4 miles through Bull Canyon
Time: 2-3 hours
Tips: Get the book for detailed maps, GPS coordinates and directions.