Northeast Arizona Sights

Dinosaur Tracks

  • U.S. 160 Map It
  • Tuba City
  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Published 11/18/2015

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About 5½ miles west of Tuba City, between mileposts 316 and 317 on U.S. 160, is a small sign for the Dinosaur Tracks. It's free to see these tracks that a dilophosaurus—a carnivorous bipedal reptile over 10 feet tall—left in mud that turned to sandstone, but Navajo guides will often greet you as you arrive and insist on taking you around the site. They're very friendly and helpful, but if you take them up on their offer, they expect to be tipped, usually at least $20. Ask them about guiding you to the nearby petroglyphs and freshwater springs.

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U.S. 160, between mile markers 316 and 317, Tuba City, Arizona, USA

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  • Free, tip expected for tour

Published 11/18/2015

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