The trail to Gemini Bridges is a very easy ride and appropriate for riders of all skill levels. If you’re looking for a family friendly, easy ride, then be sure Gemini Bridges is on your list. The trail is actually a road, Gemini Bridges Road, and could probably be driven by most passenger cars.
While the guide books point you to a paid parking area, just around the corner there is free parking. The free parking is located at these coordinates; 38.653722,-109.677894. Or, you can view it on Google Maps by CLICKING HERE.
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The ride out to the bridges is just under 8 miles, and very scenic. There are several points of interest including the famous Gooney Bird Rock. The bridges themselves are 89 and 70 feet long, and both have a width of 26 feet. Since they are only 10 feet apart, they were close enough in proximity to be named after the famous Roman twins, Castor and Pollux.