Gemini Bridges For Mountain Biking

The 31st most popular mountain bike trail in Utah.

North of Moab, the Gemini Bridge route is a 13.5 mile one-way route along a rough, old jeep road. When ridden west to east, there are great descents (total vertical of 1,400), but save energy for the sand traps at the end in Little Canyon. Best done with a car shuttle. The route is blazed with brown carbonite signs. Keep an eye out for Bighorn Sheep.

To reach mountain biking at the eastern trailhead from Moab, head north on US191 for 8.5 miles. The traihead is on the left.

To reach the western trailhead from Moab, head north on US191 for roughly 10 miles to SR313. Turn left heading west on SR313 for 13 miles to the 9.5 milemarker. Turn left heading east on Gemini Bridges Road. There are two parking areas. The first parking is immediately on the left. The second is about a mile ahead on the right.

Overall, Gemini Bridges is the 31st most popular mountain bike trail of all 73 mountain biking rides in Utah.

Gemini Bridges Trail Near Moab (UT/US)

Gemini Bridges Trail Near Moab (UT/US)

Gemini Bridges Trail Near Moab (UT/US)

Gemini Bridges Trail Near Moab (UT/US)

Gemini Bridges Mountain Biking Map



Local Contact(s):  Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN; Moab Tourism (800) 635-6622; Moab Central Res. (800) 505-5343; Rim Cyclery (435) 259-5333; Poison Spider Bicycles (435) 259-7882; Moab Cyclery (435) 259-7423; Acme Bike Shuttle (435) 260-2534.

Recommended Book:  "Mountain Biking Moab Pocket Guide" from David Crowell

Best Season:  Mar. - Nov.

Average Difficulty:  Difficult

Base Camp:  Ramada Inn, Moab; Super 8, Moab (435) 259-8868

Luxury Loding:  Gonzo Inn, Moab

Breakfast Restaurant:  Jailhouse Cafe, Moab; Moab Diner

Reference Source:  click here

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  8/18/2016

ID:  13931

Gemini Bridges Mountain Biking Map


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