Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors

Bull Canyon, Day Canyon

No Reviews
Location Moab, UT
Rating Moderate,
Length 3.2mi
Time 3hrs

Vehicle Types

Overview

Fun, remote trail to bottom of dramatic Gemini Bridges.

A short, fun trail that winds through a scenic high-walled canyon as it meanders back and forth along a sandy wash bottom. It features an easy 1/2-mile hike to twin arches better known as Gemini Bridges. From the hiking trailhead, you can continue west on a road into a canyon that eventually narrows to a point where it is difficult to turn around. This is a fun trail for ATVs and UTVs. Stay on the designated route.

Rating

Moderate
Trail Ratings Defined

Generally, this route is fairly easy, but heavy rains can sometimes cause problems in the wash bottom. Suitable for stock 4x4 SUVs designed for off road use.

Stats

Length

3.2mi

Time

3hrs

High Point

5,170ft

Best Time To Go

March-Nov

Current Conditions

435-259-2100BLM Moab Field Office, 82 E. Dogwood

Check the Weather

Free GPS download

Trail Updates

11/01/2023
Submitted by FunTreks
Based on the new BLM management plan, the trail ends after Waypoint 05 where we say the trail gets rocky.

6/20/2023
Submitted by Matt
2000 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4WD, a 6-inch lift with 35-inch tires. Air downed to 20 psi. I entered the Wolverine entrance and exited Usery Pass. Total time with a few stops is about 3 hours. The trail was well maintained and easy to moderate to navigate. Light traffic on the trail. Used mainly 2H. Couple of areas used 4L. In the river bed, used 4H. Toward the end of the run, it was pretty hot. Recommend leaving earlier to beat the heat.

10/8/2020
Submitted by Chuck Wells
If you are looking for difficult rock crawling, continue on the right fork after Waypoint 05. This section dead ends after 0.6 miles. Otherwise, the rest of the trail remains moderate.

Reviews

Be the first to review this trail by clicking the button below

Rate this trail on a scale of 1 to 5.


by Webolutions Denver Website Design

 

 

Cancel Agree