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Dinosaur Stomping Grounds
Map ID: 3

Trailhead
From Moab, go north on US Highway 191 for 23 miles. Turn right 3/4 mile past milepost 148, at the Klondike Bluffs sign. Cross the railroad tracks and follow the main road for 1 mile. Take the right fork (left fork goes to the Copper Ridge Dinosaur Tracksite) and continue for just over 1/2 mile to the North Klondike Mountain Biking Trailhead parking area. Trail departs from here. A high clearance vehicle is recommended. Avoid this road when wet!
Trailhead GPS Coordinates
38.819711 -109.756814
Description
A gradual uphill 1.7 mile hike is required (3.4 miles round trip). The Dinosaur Stomping Ground hiking trail parallels a mountain bike trail then branches off; follow rock cairns to the Jurassic age tracksite. There is a net elevation gain of 459 feet.

Mill Canyon Dinosaur Tracksite
Map ID: 4

Trailhead
15 miles north of downtown Moab on US Highway 191. Turn left on the dirt road marked “Mill Canyon”, just past milepost 141. Cross the railroad tracks and follow signs for the next 8/10 mile to the parking lot for the trail, located to the right in the rock-lined parking area. (This area is co-located with the Courthouse Rock Campground.)
Trailhead GPS Coordinates
38.720714 -109.733994
Description
The Mill Canyon site is a short walk with interpretive panels along the trail and boardwalk. Each panel describes unique dinosaur tracks that can be seen at this site, including 8 different types of dinosaurs, along with a crocodile resting trace.