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We had some doubts about this place but decided we had to try it and glad we did. You park and soon a Navaho guide appears, in our case Joe who seems to know his facts and didn't make up unlikely stories, A palaeontologist named...More
I was skeptical that these prints were real, but from everything I’ve researched, these really are dinosaur tracks. There’s no charge to walk around. A guide meets you as you walk up and shows you what everything is. When it’s over the guides lead you...More
The Navajo "guides" here are quite articulate and knowledgeable, but some of their "facts" are not completely accurate. For example, the "dinosaur eggs" they showed us were really just iron concretions.
First of all, you have to be vigilant to not miss it. We drove into Tuba City before we realized we'd missed it. We turned back and found it maybe 4 miles south with just a small handmade sign announcing it.
There were a few...More
Only a few miles away from Tuba City there is a wast stone desert, and it is a must see place if you’re around in this area. In 1942 a paleontologist discovered several Dino footprints on the stone, like messages from millions of years ago....More
Happened to be driving by and saw the sign for Dinosaur Tracks and, turned around. A young Navaho girl guided us through the different foot prints including raptors and pterodactyls. She sprayed water on the prints enabling us to easily see the prints and paths....More
This place is just a short ways off the road between Page and Cameron, and well worth the stop. The surrounding landscape could easily be on Mars -- rocky, red soil and very little vegetation.
I suppose in theory, you could wander the site yourself,...More
We were told about this tour from a friend and it turned out to be well worth the donation to get the tour from John Willie, Jr. our Tour Guide w/Edgewater Tours. He was informative and very friendly. A Native Navajo from a village not...More
STOP. Don't listen to negative reviews. This is history. Great your guide with respect and try to learn a little about their culture. Think about how we treat the Navajo in the past. Just think about the world when these tracks were left.
A few mile off the road to Page on the way to Tuba City. Did not find this in the guide books but do not pass by. Site is free to view but a Navajo will be available to guide you for a tip. Well...More
Beth W answered your question very well. Not so sure that we could see tracks without a guide - Navajo were insistant they had to guide us. Although the tracks are impressive the "guides" take the edge off the experience... More
Beth W answered your question very well. Not so sure that we could see tracks without a guide - Navajo were insistant they had to guide us. Although the tracks are impressive the "guides" take the edge off the experience- think twice about making the effort to visit. We agree, visit middle of the day, if you must visit at all. Sad.