This is my second visit to this National Monument. My first one was back in 1993. I can't say that anything really changed. The Quarry Building is new. You need a shuttle to go up there. (In 1993, you just drive up there.) I found the bones to be interesting but there isn't enough information I thought to educate. The same with the trail around the area. Not much on educating the hikers on what make each of these trails interesting. It a lot of walking in the hot sun in August for what??
I also did the tour of Cub Creek Road. It proves to be a pretty drive. At the end is Josie's Ranch that proves to be mildly interesting. There are some petroglyphs along this road, interesting rock formations like Turtle Rock or Elephant Toe Butte. Sound of Silence trail should not be done in August unless you do so in the late afternoon. There is no shade along the trail. Kind of rough hike as further you get away from the road. Its not a nature walk that is for sure. Bring water!!
Overall, I found Dinosaur National Monument to be interesting but lacking some real detail information To anyone who enjoyed geology, this place should provide more of a real interest.
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