Situated northwest of Moab, this historic road has been in existence for about a century. It is a primary connector road, enabling access to numerous other roads and geological attractions such as Bartlett Overlook, Spring Canyon Point, Dellenbaugh Tunnel, and Secret Spire. Take your time driving, and look around--there are impressive sights in every direction!
From Moab, travel north out of town on Highway 191. Turn left (west) onto Highway 313, and travel approximately 7 miles to where you see signs for Lone Mesa Campground. Turn right on the gravel road, and drive past the kiosk and turn-off for the campground. In less than one mile, you will reach the intersection for Dubinky Well Road on the right (north) side. It is well marked with signs and an info kiosk in a large parking area.
Tracy is an outdoor enthusiast originally from north Alabama. His family moved to central Utah when Tracy was a child, and subsequently to southern Utah, where he fell in love with the Rocky Mountains. His favorite activities are family trail rides and camping with small groups. He started many years ago in his dad's F-150 pickup truck, and subsequently his own 4x4 acquisition, a 1975 Ford Bronco (in 1991).