This was a great informative little stop just outside of Denver. We were glad we paid for the tour guide (Dino Dan). He was so knowledgeable and made us feel like a kid eager to learn more.
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Dino Ridge is great if you have small kids or are really interested in dinosaurs. The self-guided road is quite steep so the $8 shuttle is good for transport. The shuttle driver stops at three sites and gives you some narration on what you're looking...More
Although out of the way for those staying in metropolitan Denver, it is definitely worth seeing these natural history wonders. The dinosaur tracks and other imprints are amazingly well-preserved, and going out on the tour bus with a guide definitely adds to the experience. Even...More
Our family of 4 (kids are 10 and 12), absolutely loved this attraction. We had low expectations, and really debated whether to take the bus tour, especially because when we arrived, they told us the next tour would not start for 45 minutes. We reluctantly...More
We had a nice time seeing dinosaur tracks and prints. On the day we were there they had just opened a display of a raptor claw marks. It is a steep grade up the mountain so I would recommend paying for the shuttle.
We were a little hesitant on this one. The website is super cheesy. And the visitors center has a similar motif. We opted to skip the museum and bus tour and did the free self guided tour. It is super steep, so we'd recommend that...More
We stopped here on our way back from Red Rock Amphitheater to I-70. About 3 mile round trip walk from the roadside will take you millions of years back. Ridge has interesting geological features, has fossilized bones and tracks of dinosaurs and crocodilian preserved in...More