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Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail

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Mill Canyon Dinosaur Trail

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Off US191 near milepost 141, Moab, UT 84532
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MCH65 wrote a review Sep 2020
American Fork, Utah295 contributions105 helpful votes
This was the first time we experienced Mill canyon in all the times visiting Moab and it was super cool. The dinasaur prints are a short walk from a gravel parking lot. The area the bones are in is an area I would feel comfortable taking a vehicle that isnt 4 wheel drive. Lots of fine sand that could be wasy to get stuck in. The hike where the bones are is a bit steep and the trail isnt great so if you aren't sure footed, this may not be for you.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Joe wrote a review Sep 2020
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Be aware that you absolutely need a four wheel drive with high clearance and off road tires to drive fully to this site. The site currently has very deep and loose sand and anything less than a high clearance, four wheel drive vehicle with off road tires will absolutely get stuck and have to be pulled out (as we did in a 4 wheel drive compact SUV). There is a parking lot right before the sand that is roughly a half mile hike to dino tracks which is accessible for all vehicles.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SnappleSpice wrote a review Aug 2020
New York City, New York385 contributions143 helpful votes
My friend and I only went as far as the prints, but it was an awesome little stop on our road trip. I wasn't expecting the prints to be so well defined! A couple of local people had told us about this spot, and I'm glad we went because it was both interesting and free.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Lee B. wrote a review Aug 2020
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So this is not a technical hike but it seems like a rock slide has wiped out half of the trail and it is a little hard to make our the route from the dinosaur prints to the petroglyphs. step carefully and you will have a fun experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Kiki_Yoas wrote a review Mar 2020
Hollywood16 contributions12 helpful votes
Its baffling the dinosaur prints were only discovered in this last decade. I think BLM did a good job trying to keep it protected. Interesting to see and I would probably only come back again if I had my kids. I noticed there wasn't a warning sign in any of the brochures about driving your vehicle but be wary there is a sandy road you can only pass with a 4 wheel drive vehicle. You can park and walk up to the main trail to see the dinosaur bones. It seems to have an amazing mountain bike trail out to the desert and what looks like a maze like miniature canyon.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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