The Moki Dugway is a steep and winding scenic road located in Southeastern Utah. It's about 15 miles northeast of Monument Valley.
Moki Dugway is an impressive road originally carved into the side of the rock cliffs in 1958 to carry uranium ore from Fry Canyon. There are tight hairpin turns which are paved, with gravel segments in between.
Other great scenic rides in the area are Valley of the Gods, Gooseneck State Park, Natural Bridges National Monument and the Four Corners.