WE DIG DINOSAURS! OUR PALEONTOLOGY
The 500-mile long Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway (DD) circumscribes an enormous region of eastern Utah and western Colorado that was the Earth’s veritable “Jurassic Park”- a breathtaking world of dinosaurs, large and small, who roamed the region for millions of years-then suddenly
(geologically-speaking) disappeared. The reason for their sudden disappearance has been subjected to the constant and intense debate for decades.
OTHER IMPORTANT TREASURES WE SHARE! OUR ARCHAEOLOGY
About 11,000 years ago (a very short time ago geologically speaking) nomadic tribes of the regions first humans-hunter/gatherers-occupied the area. They later settled into farming and were the early ancestors of Native Americans who occupy the region today. They painted and carved unusual symbols, sometimes almost otherworldly, into rocks throughout the region, and rock art began.
WHAT WILL YOU DISCOVER? RECREATIONAL FUN
Today, dinosaur enthusiasts, both amateur and professional, and rock art enthusiasts come from all over the world to the DD to look in awe at what has been. As if this were not enough, the DD is surrounded by world-class geologic, recreational, and scenic resources only in-part captured within two national parks, two national monuments, and one national recreation area.