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Exploring Dinosaur National Monument
Exploring Dinosaur National Monument
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Dinosaur National Monument | Remains of the only REAL dragons
Dinosaurs once roamed in the Dinosaur National Monument area of Utah and Colorado. Their fantastic remains are still visible - embedded in the rocks.
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ABOUT DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT
Dinosaur National Monument is what the dreams of geologists, paleontologists and children are made of! Dinosaurs everywhere. Dinosaur National Monument takes its name from a remarkable deposit of fossil bones of crocodiles, turtles and 10 species of dinosaurs from 150 million years ago. Long ago, dynamic forces pushed and tilted layers of rock upward. Later, erosion exposed the layers as colorful ridges and revealed remnants of ancient ecosystems including now-extinct animals that inhabited landscapes quite different from what you see in the photos. Because of its uniqueness, this is a not to be missed national park.
Today, the mountains, desert and untamed rivers flowing in deep canyons, support an array of life. Petroglyphs hint at earlier cultures. Later, homesteaders and outlaws found refuge here. Whether your passion is science, adventure, history or scenery, Dinosaur National Monument offers much to explore.
Most people come to see dinosaur fossils and there are 1,500 visible bones of these amazing creatures still encased in the rock at the Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall. But there is more to see here beyond the amazing fossils. Go whitewater rafting and star gazing.
Explore mountains and canyons. Watch wildlife and photograph wildflowers. Contemplate historic cabins and Fremont rock art. Dinosaur offers countless opportunities for discovery!
Dinosaur National Monument is spread over 210,000 acres along the Colorado and Utah border. Each part of the monument offers different experiences and things to see.
If you want to see Dinosaur Fossils, the Utah side of the monument is where you will want to go. Utah State Highway 149 takes visitors into the monument and to the Quarry Visitor Center. Depending on the season, you may either drive to the Dinosaur Quarry Exhibit Hall or in summer, a shuttle bus will take you.
If you desire is to see some of the spectacular canyon country scenery, the Colorado side is the place for you. The Harpers Corner Road is a 32 mile scenic drive that includes overlooks of the Yampa and Green rivers. The short Harpers Corner Trail at the road's end is a must to get the most dramatic views. For those with a high clearance vehicle, the drive to Echo Park will take you into the depths of the river canyons.
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Mono Lake is the greatest crater lake in the world and although it is one of the oldest lakes in North America and its water is three times as salty as the sea, it is far from dead.Mysteriously and full of bizarre formations, white tuff rocks rise out of the water. Their origin is a remarkable natural wonder. The combination of both lake water and natural springs creates a white limestone sediment of calcium carbonate that is the main constituent of the tuff stones.Both the Bodie Hills close to the northern part of the lake and the eastern Anchorite Hills are millions of years old volcanic mountains with enchanting rock formations. Sometimes it seems as though the rock possesses a mysterious, inner power.In the summer months fifty thousand seagulls around the lake in which small salt crayfish and salt-water flies are food to millions of birds of passage.
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Utah Valley is the perfect place to make your family reunion idea come to life. With scenic mountain backdrops and unique family reunion locations, Utah Valley is the perfect spot for any type of group gathering or family reunion. Plus, your group will appreciate these great Utah Valley perks: affordability, variety of activities, access to popular attractions and overall friendly and fun vibe.
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