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Bull Canyon 4x4 Road, Moab, UT

This trail provides access to bottom of Gemini Bridges

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Rating: 4 out of 5 by EveryTrail members
Difficulty: Moderate
Length: 17.7 miles
Duration: 1-3 hours
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Overview :  Fun drive through narrow canyons and sandy swales that takes you to hiking trail to bottom of impressive Gemini Bridges. Continue west... more »

Tips:  This is a sensitive area and watched closely by BLM. Make sure to stay on existing roads at all times. Don’t drive or ride up and down... more »

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Points of Interest

1. Parking Lot at Start

Turn west into parking lot. Unlicensed vehicles can unload here; however, there is a fee to park. Continue west across railroad tracks, then turn south.

2. High Shelf Road

Road climbs high above Highway 191 with great views looking south. Watch for mountain bikers.

3. Camping on Left

Road on left goes to Bride Arch and secluded camping.

4. Gooney Bird Rock

Pass distinctive Gooney Bird Rock on left.


Bear left here for Gold Bar Rim Trail. Right uphill goes to Gemini Bridges Trail and Bull Canyon, both available as FunTreks eGuides on EveryTrail.

6. Turn for Bull Canyon

Stay right to continue to Gemini Bridges. Left goes to Bull Canyon.

7. Entrance to Bull Canyon

Turn right here to enter Bull Canyon. Road narrows through narrow canyon. Straight here goes to Day Canyon.

8. Parking Lot for Hiking Trail

To see bottom of Gemini Bridges, park here and hike north 0.7 miles up beautiful canyon. You can continue to drive west on a great trail that splits into two. Both ways eventually dead end at narrow spots where it is difficult to turn around. When finished, return to start of Bull Canyon and turn right to see great overlook of Day Canyon farther... More

9. Overlook of Day Canyon

Trail ends here at a small area of sand dunes. Walk south and look down into Day Canyon. Be careful and keep an eye on kids and pets.