Moab and Southeastern Utah Sights

Moki Dugway

  • Hwy. 261, 9 miles north of Hwy. 163 Map It
  • Mexican Hat
  • Scenic Drive/Tour

Published 01/19/2016

Fodor's Review

Northwest of Valley of the Gods, Highway 261 takes you to the Moki Dugway, a road that was bulldozed out of a cliff during the uranium boom. It's been improved since it was originally built, but its steep grade and tight switchbacks still provide thrills sufficient for most drivers. From the top of the cliff you're rewarded with outrageous views south over the Navajo Reservation with Monument Valley visible more than 20 miles away. This drive is not recommended for vehicles more than 28 feet in length or weighing more than 10,000 pounds.

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Hwy. 261, 9 miles north of Hwy. 163, Mexican Hat, Utah, 84531, United States

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Published 01/19/2016

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