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Breathtaking...for a few reasons

It's steep, thin, dirt, long, narrow, with no barriers. It rises 1500 ft with a winding road with... read more

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John W
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Ballarat, Australia
Moki Dugway: Best Free thing you can do, if you are ready for it.

We did as part of a day tour from the North 261, including Muley Point, Moki Dugway & Goosenecks... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Sharon S
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Reviewed yesterday

It's steep, thin, dirt, long, narrow, with no barriers. It rises 1500 ft with a winding road with sheer drop-offs. Not for caravans or long vehicles given the sharp slow switch backs, not the faint of heart. When you get to the top turn left...More

Thank John W
Reviewed 1 week ago

We had no idea where Google Maps was leading us when we said we wanted to go to Natural Bridges National Monument. We later backchecked our GPS and the Nuvi bypassed the route. We drove a while on flat land and wondered how we were...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We did as part of a day tour from the North 261, including Muley Point, Moki Dugway & Goosenecks SP. We read many reviews of the Moki here, so no surprises. We were in a 1 ton Dodge Dually, 8' wide. So, the road is...More

1  Thank Sharon S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We drove northbound up Moki Dugway a number of years ago in a 27 foot motor home. It's gravel but was well-graded and comfortably wide for traffic in both directions, of which there was little. The wife was nervous because the road was cut out...More

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Reviewed August 10, 2018 via mobile

Our Sat Nav warned, unmade road, But as we really wanted to drive this we carried on, yes it was a gravel road but it was well maintained. All the other accounts have described the road in detail, all I can add is, yes its...More

Thank witcheshouse
Reviewed August 7, 2018

I wasn't sure how to rate this. I don't understand why this is on a state route. I understand people like these kind of drives, but it seems like it wouldn't be on the state route. I have a fear of heights, so I was...More

1  Thank Ryan S
Reviewed August 2, 2018

As the driver it was an amazing climb up from the bottom. Wife sitting in the passenger seat may say otherwise, but it is a great view. Nice dry day when we were there. I wouldn't try it with the vehicle we had if it...More

2  Thank Scott G
Reviewed July 28, 2018

We drove down from the top of this unpaved switchback road and the views are absolutely spectacular, though the road is narrow with 2 lane traffic and you really do have to keep your wits about you. It is not a long drive and you...More

1  Thank binthere-dunit
Reviewed July 24, 2018 via mobile

My kind of driving looking ahead to see if a vehicle is coming in the opposite direction , do be careful, is a really fun drive, not for people who do like this kind of driving eg my partner, she handed driving over to me,...More

1  Thank nick b
Reviewed May 17, 2018

This road is not paved. I drove up it mostly on the hill side, Beautiful views but no where to pull off and take photos. This road is not accessible to large vehicles such as rv's.

2  Thank Sharen N
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RootBeerFan
October 9, 2017|
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Response from LovaBrug | Reviewed this property |
No need to go to Muley Point. You will experience all switchbacks on the 261
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GlennB1240
September 19, 2017|
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Response from delfhedde | Reviewed this property |
Possible? Probably - the dugway was build for heavy trucks carrying uranium ore. Recommended? I don't think so: 11% grade, dropping 1200ft in 3 miles. You gotta be damn sure of your brakes. I thnk the official (State of... More
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AuntFrahn
September 5, 2017|
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Response from chocobo128 | Reviewed this property |
The Apache Trail is fairly flat and long. The Moki Dugway is more adventurous!
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