By: Bert & Jane Gildart
Dinosaur National Monument on the Utah-Colorado border offers an awesome collection of dinosaur fossils, strikingly beautiful canyons, mysterious prehistoric rock art, and geological formations that span millions of years. Use A FalconGuide to Dinosaur National Monument to explore the park's 330 square miles and discover the best scenic vistas and wilderness experiences in this remarkable and ancient landscape.
This guide includes:
Comprehensive information about Douglass Dinosaur Quarry
Facts about the area's history, flora and fauna, and weather
Detailed maps, trail descriptions, driving tours, and nature hikes
Options for running the Green River and Yampa River
Lists of monument contacts, commercial raft companies, and shuttle services