There are no shortcuts to any place worth going.
Southern Utah, USA, Gemini Bridges Trail is a very scenic journey. You should not attempt this without a serious vehicle that can handle off-roading. If you are looking for the real Moab experience, this is it.
The route demands 100% concentration. The surface of the road is unpaved. It runs from Highway 191 and heads gradually uphill, eventually reaching Highway 313. The first mile or so is a steep, rocky one lane shelf road (very narrow) where you will need high clearance. You’ll be driving over large boulders and big rocks as you navigate the off camber switch backs praying that no one is coming the other way. The trail is essentially single-lane and you are hundreds of feet above the ground with no guardrail. It’s an intimidating high clearance road that only rugged vehicles should try to traverse. You should not attempt this without a serious vehicle that can handle off-roading. The trail is a broad rocky dirt and gravel road, with some steep sections and some slickrock. 4×4 is recommended especially if it has rained lately.