Gemini Bridges Trail, Moab Utah

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Gemini Bridges Trail


Gemini Bridges is one of Moab's most well known mountain biking trails, offering its visitors beautiful views of the Moab Valley and the La Sal Mountains, interesting rock features, and two rock bridge crossings, the exposure on which is more obvious once you've crossed them.

Typically ridden as a one way ride, Gemini Bridges is a relatively easy mountain biking trail because it is mostly a descent along a dirt road and some jeep trail.

Trail Specifics

  • Distance: 13.1 miles (one way) or 26.2 miles (out-and-back)
  • Riding Time: 2 to 4 hours
  • Trail: Dirt Road
  • Difficulty: Non-Technical; Downhill (if you shuttle a car)

Directions

Gemini Bridges Trail is located north of Moab, Utah. Drive north out of Moab on US 191 for 11 miles to a dirt turnout on the west side of the highway and just 1.3 miles before the turnoff for Highway 313. 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.

Maps & Tours

  • Pick up a detailed map or guide book at the Moab Information Center on the corner of Main and Center Streets.
  • If you are new to mountain biking, or to the area, consider Joining a Guided Bike Tour

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