Summary: The route covers a region between Highways 191 and 313, reaches some grand vistas, and accesses numerous other routes. The highlight is the spectacular twin arch, called Gemini Bridges, on the rim of an arm of Bull Canyon.
Route Directions: From the center of Moab, travel north on Highway 191 for 9.8 miles. Turn left to cross a cattleguard near an old ore car by the railroad tracks, cross the tracks, and turn left to follow the southerly dirt road paralleling the tracks. (Non-licensed vehicles must start here.) The main route soon veers right toward the cliffs, and steadily climbs the cliff slope to Little Canyon, the gap in the cliff rim. Stay with the best maintained route through upper Little Canyon. Turn right from the wash bottom area to climb the steep dugway. The route passes a gate and winds to higher levels, giving vistas in all directions. Stay with the main route as spurs leave to the left, and fork right at the intersection with Bull Canyon.