This was easily a highlight of our amazing drive through The Grand Circle. It's not as scary as it sounds, with the huge dropoffs and gravel road. It was wide enough for 2-way traffic as long as both drivers are cautious. But man, are the views well worth any trepidation!! At the top, turn left and follow the gravel road... 更多
We had driven through the Valley of the Gods when we came upon this crazy road- and HAD to drive it up to the top! Once up, we drove back down and camped in Valley of the Gods- BEST night camping in our lives! The Moki Dugway was an amazing experience, so take the drive if you dare!
Setting off from Natural Bridges to head for the Grand Canyon, we took this road as a short cut, but had no idea what was waiting for us. The view from the lookout has to be one of the finest and most spectacular anywhere, and you can look vertically down at the road one has to drive to :-). I... 更多
We came to this road from the North after taking the Lake Powell Ferry at halls Crossing. If you have any reason to make this drive DO it! Driving this road puts monument valley to shame. My kids were terrified which was part of the fun.
White knuckle driving at its best. Sketchy but safe if you drive slowly. I love crazy drives like this. There is a great pulloff near the top to get a good picture of the curves. If you are close by, you have to do this road!!
A 23 mile drive south along Utah State 261 will bring you to the edge of a cliff. Below you lies the Valley of the Gods and the Utah State 163 to Monument Valley. To get there you will have to descend The Moki Dugway! Three miles of steep, narrow, winding dirt road clinging to the side of Cedar Mesa.... 更多
Traveling from Moab to Mexican Hat and on to Grand Canyon. Saw mention of the Dugway during planning and decided we HAD to do it! Glad we did. My wife may feel otherwise. She took the video. At the top we passed a motorcyclist who just made the trip UP (good for him, I wouldn't have even tried) Certainly not... 更多
This drive is best taken from the North, but is spectacular both ways. A full range of vehicles, (except for very large RV's) can handle the road, so don't be afraid to go--just be alert. Some of the best views of Navajo country you will ever see.
3-5 miles of gravel road with switchbacks. Going down it in a Jeep it was a fun adventure. The road was dry, and a few sedans were on the road, but no large vehicles. A little scary, but not terribly. We pulled over in areas for viewing. The views coming down the bluff overlooking "The valley of the gods" were... 更多