Bull Canyon

Moab, Utah (Grand County)

Last Updated: 03/21/2021
4.5 / 5 ( 4 reviews )
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Status:
Open
Typically Open: Year Round
Length: 5.78 miles
Highest Elevation: 5152 feet
Duration: About 2 hours
Shape of Trail: Out & Back
Best Direction to Travel: N/A
Nearest Town: Moab
Nearest Town w/ Services: Moab
Official Road Name: 119
Management Agency: Bureau of Land Management
District: Moab Field Office

Highlights

Highlight: Bull Canyon
Situated just outside of Moab, Bull Canyon is a fun off-road drive through winding canyons and sandy washes. The trail leads you to the short hiking trail to the lower view of the magnificent Gemini Bridges. In addition to the natural beauty of the Gemini Bridges, you get deep into the heart of the awe-inspiring beauty of the unique landscape that surrounds Moab. For an introductory route into wheeling around Moab combine this trail with Gemini Bridges, Surprise Overlook, and Long Canyon.

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Waypoints

1. Trailhead (0 mi)
Travel south down a wide and well marked road.

Directions to Trailhead

Starting Point: Moab, Utah

Take Highway 191 north to the parking lot on the left made of red dirt and the trailhead for Gemini Bridges. Follow this trail up and over the bluff past Gooney Bird Rock. Pass the trailhead for Gold Bar Rim and continue up the hill. The next trailhead is for Bull Canyon and it is marked with a sign.

Camping

Not allowed

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Writer Information

Ige Gustavson

Mapping Crew and Land Cruiser Specialist - Colorado

Many in the Land Cruiser community may know me by my user name on the various forums, nuclearlemon. I am into all things Land Cruiser. It started in the 1980s when i was living in Illinois and was chatting with a local police officer and mentioned I had spent the day looking at Jeeps. He told me to go to his house the next day and schooled me in a 4x4 that would be far better at handling my abuse. A week later, I had a 1970 V8J40 cruiser. Since we women like accessorizing, I had to add a 78 FJ40 and a 69 FJ55 to go with. From there, it snowballed and I've since owned eight fj40s, four fj55s, and an fj60 in addition to my current stable of a 1962 fj40, two fj55s , an fj45 and two fzj80s. I love getting out of town. I'm just as comfortable wheeling Chinaman Gulch as I am a dirt road, as long as there's not a Starbucks or Applebees in sight. I'm also active in the Colorado Association of 4wd Clubs and am a lifetime member of Blue Ribbon Coalition and a Cohvco member because I believe we need to do all we can to keep our roads and trails open. Most of my rigs are long term projects, so I mostly wheel my 1996 fzj80, with 315/75r16s, 4.88 gears with arb lockers and well decked out for the comfort trip with a Maggiolina roof top tent, Arb fridge, ham radio and rear drawers packed with gear. On the milder trails and warm summer days, I like to take out my bone stock 1962 FJ40 and see how far up in altitude my little one barrel carb and 27" tires will take me.
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