Moki Dugway Topo Map in San Juan County UT
Moki Dugway Information
Coordinates: 37.2736115°N, -109.9381813°W
Approx. Elevation: 6,050 feet (1,844 meters)
USGS Map Area: Cedar Mesa South
Feature Type: Slope
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Moki Dugway is definitely one of the most unique roads in America. It switches back and forth up the steep south face of Cedar Mesa in southeast Utah.
State Highway 261 approaches Cedar Mesa from the town of Mexican Hat and it’s nearly impossible to see the road climbing up the cliffs. The highway becomes a dusty dirt road for the portion between the bottom and the top of the mesa, but the road is wide and safe if you take your time. Watch for other cars on the corners and be extra careful if the road is wet.
There is a safe place to stop at a corner about mid-way up where you can take pictures of Valley of the Gods and the San Juan River Valley down below. Goosenecks State Park is just off the highway as you approach the Dugway from the south.
Moki Dugway is listed in the Slopes Category for San Juan County in the state of Utah. Moki Dugway is displayed on the "Cedar Mesa South" USGS topo map. The latitude and longitude coordinates (GPS waypoint) of Moki Dugway are 37.2736115 (North), -109.9381813 (West) and the approximate elevation is 6,050 feet (1,844 meters) above sea level. If you are interested in visiting Moki Dugway you can print the free topographic map, terrain map, satellite/aerial images, and other maps using the link above. The location, topography, nearby roads and trails, and towns around Moki Dugway (Slope) can be seen in the layers of this interactive map. If you have already visited Utah's Moki Dugway in San Juan County, the nearest Slopes are listed above for your consideration.