This is the Copper Ridge Dinosaur tracksite just north of Arches National Park. These Jurassic footprints are the largest I think I will ever see! They are about 13-16 inches! Unbelievable and well preserved, probably from a large Therapod (meat eater) In the third picture you can see a totally different footprint not unlike elephant tracks. These are from large sauropods (think of Land-before-times Brontosaur). It's hard to believe that these footprints are so well preserved and right next to each other. Perhaps from Noah's flood only a few thousand years ago!
Stay Details: Dinosaur Track Site Dispersed Camp (38.8286, -109.7653)