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Moab Dinosaur Tracks >>>
There were some big lizards in Moab millions of years ago and they left their footprints to prove it. Several locations in and around Moab you can view their actual footprints fossilized in the stone. Or, visit the local rock and fossil shop and town and see the some amazing dinosaur fossils. You never know, you may find your own!

Places to see Dinosaur Tracks:

1. Mill Canyon / Copper Ridge
Read more information here at Utah.com.

Moab Field Office

82 East Dogwood
Moab, Utah 84532
(435) 259-2100

Along this nature trail, which requires a moderate 1/2-mile hike, Morrison Formation dinosaur fossils and petrified wood may be seen in a natural setting. This outdoor museum is a bold experiment, where you, the visitor, are the protector of this valuable resource; collecting is not allowed. Only you assure that this fragile legacy is preserved so those who follow may see, learn, and enjoy. The trailhead is in Mill Canyon on a dirt road, accessible by passenger vehicle, off U.S. Highway 191, 13 miles north of Moab, Utah (near mile marker 141). For a brochure and map, contact the Moab BLM office listed above

2. Sauropod Dinosaur Tracksite
This tracksite includes the first sauropod tracks reported in Utah. It is located in an exposure of the Salt Wash Member of the Morrison Formation north of Moab, Utah. The sauropod tracks are seen making a sharp turn to the right, a phenomenon rarely observed in fossil trackways. They are associated with theropod tracks. There are no guards or fences here. You, the visitor, are the protector of this valuable resource. The site may be reached by a 2-wheel drive dirt road off U.S. Highway 191, 23 miles north of Moab. For more information contact the Moab BLM office listed below.

Moab Field Office
82 East Dogwood
Moab, Utah 84532
(435) 259-2100

3. Potash Road Dinosaur Tracks
Dinosaur tracks may be seen along the Potash Road Scenic Byway, State Highway 279, which follows the Colorado River south of Moab. The tracks are located approximately 4.5 miles along the road from its junction with Highway 191, which is 4 miles north of Moab. The tracks are visible from the road and a spotting scope is available. For better viewing, binoculars are useful, or you may hike directly up to the tracksite.