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Moki Dugway

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MaryEllenM27 wrote a review Dec 2020
Kalispell, Montana14,867 contributions1,606 helpful votes
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We love this unique and historic mining road and the views from it. It looks very scary but really is not once you get there. Unpaved and narrow yes, but not dangerous if you drive slowly. We have driven this several times since its so scenic but personally would NOT take a big RV or trailer down it. With a camera in hand and a proper vehicle it's a great way to travel from Natural Bridges National Monument Utah to Monument Valley Arizona.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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JimmyJackk wrote a review Nov 2020
San Marcos, California4,784 contributions18,158 helpful votes
Very winding road up at mountain mostly dirt with some concrete in the switch back turns. Made it easily in basic car. Initially was attempting to avoid it but directions to Muley Point overlook took us right up it. Didn’t realize until we had to head back down and saw the sign.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Wanda R wrote a review Oct 2020
Greenfield, Wisconsin504 contributions258 helpful votes
I am the biggest whimp in the world. Based on the reviews I was prepared for white knuckle. My hubby is a bit of a thrill seeker so I figured I would just go for it. This drive is nothing really scary. We made the drive up and back at least twice while we were in the area. Granted we were on the road with minimal traffic but even if there is traffic I don't think it would be that bad. It is a gravel road but it wasn't overly bumpy. The road appeared to be graded on a regular basis. The dropoffs really aren't bad. Granted it's not a flat drive but it's not death defying either. Just go for it!! It will be an adventure and you'll have a great view.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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saltytuna1 wrote a review Oct 2020
Montrose, Colorado3 contributions
As you drive toward the Dugway you would never guess that there is a road ahead. Then as you get closer you may see a car that looks as if it’s driving on the side of the cliff! The road is in great condition and the view from the top is fantastic. Well worth the drive if you’re in the area.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Cynthia K wrote a review Oct 2020
Westville, Indiana2,696 contributions516 helpful votes
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So, I completely misunderstood - Moki Dugway is actually Hwy 261. After you pass the turn off for Valley Of The Gods - you keep going until the road turns to gravel & you go up....&up &up. 3 miles never felt so long. Actually, as adventures go - this one is a tame one. The road is 2 way, but wide enough for 2 cars. There are some blind curves, but take it slow. The gravel road is MUCH better than Valley Of The Gods & is a piece of cake compared to that road. Near the top is a wider piece of gravel with a fence. This is the scenic view. The fence prevents you from a gruesome death. The view is to die for!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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