Rabbit Valley Trail Through Time

Description:

At the Rabbit Valley Trail Through Time site, view the fossils of 140-million-year-old dinosaurs at a working fossil quarry with a 1.5 mile (loop) interpretive trail. There is also an interpretive kiosk that describes the numerous dinosaurs that have come from Rabbit Valley. This is a designated Area of Critical Environmental Concern.

Directions:

From Grand Junction, drive 30 miles west on Interstate 70 to the Rabbit Valley exit (exit 2). Turn right into the site parking lot.

Phone:

(970) 244-3000

Email:

gjfo_webmail@blm.gov

Address:

McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area 2815 H Road Grand Junction, CO 81506

Activities:

Hiking

Organization:

BLM - Bureau of Land Management

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