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Copper Ridge Dinosaur Trackways

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Avoid the crowds at Arches National Park with this 4x4 adventure, with multiple departure times, that takes you off road to explore the rocky terrain of the park from areas where only rugged vehicles can go. Not only can you see fossilized dinosaur tracks, Tower Arch, and Marching Men on your guided tour, but you’ll have access to ice water and lemonade to keep you cool even in the heat.
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Swimmy128 wrote a review Sep 2020
Mill Creek, Washington1,214 contributions183 helpful votes
Ranger gave me a guide book of things to do in the area. It said copper ridge was one of the better tracks in the area. It was ok. Kind of hard to see them. Maybe if it was rainy out it would be better
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Paul S wrote a review Nov 2019
Costa Mesa, California1,609 contributions333 helpful votes
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We were intending to hit up Arches National and noticed all these signs up and down 191 for various dinosaur track sites so we decided to cram in a few before heading over to Arches. We hadn't planned this and didn't know what to expect so it was something of a pleasant surprise to be able to get up close and personal with some dino tracks. The drive in and hike to the site probably take up as much time as actually visiting the site but do take in the scenery. It's a beautiful location. The drive in is via BLM 143, a graded dirt road that is fully navigable by standard passenger vehicles. You'll sort of do this big horseshoe drive on the east side of 191 and arrive at a parking area. Take a short hike up to the ridge to the track site. We were there during mid-July and it was hot. Make sure to bring sunscreen, snacks and lots of water. If you have the time, make the stop to these various sites and, as mentioned, bring a camera as the scenery from the top of the ridgeline is pretty.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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retengr wrote a review Sep 2019
Sarasota, Florida146 contributions23 helpful votes
A couple miles up a gravel road with no elevation change; we made it easy in a sedan. then a short hike up a good path to the tracks, which are well worth seeing. That's really the only attraction here, but there are explanatory plaques to help understand what you are seeing. We were the only ones there, which made the visit special.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ealpin wrote a review Sep 2019
McHenry, Maryland9 contributions1 helpful vote
I wasn’t sure what to expect with “dinosaur tracks” but I’m so glad that I took a chance and checked this out. The trail is short but nice and it offers some nice footprints and spectacular views. I will be bringing by daughter back here one day!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Going_Places_7 wrote a review Sep 2018
Seattle, Washington71 contributions52 helpful votes
Tracks are around milepost 148 on route 191, a bit hard to find as signage to dinosaur tracks is not visible from the road. Follow the dirt road. An easy trail to some well preserved tracks is on the left, others have already commented. A hidden gem is on the right, follow the dirt road for another mile or so. A 1 hour hike (one way) leads to the "Dinosaur Stomping Ground" with supposedly 2,300 tracks. The hike is worth it just for the hike, but the tracks are amazing, some very well preserved. Tracks start once you reach the whitish rocks, the most impressive ones are all the way up, around the sign they have up there.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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