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This route begins four miles east of Vernal, climbing 2,600 feet to Diamond Mountain Plateau. From there it travels east toward Jones Hole National Fish Hatchery, dropping dramatically into a narrow, rugged canyon with spectacular colorful cliffs. After visiting the hatchery, walk over to Jones Hole following Jones Creek down the canyon. This four-mile trail, packed with Fremont Indian pictographs, lush streamside vegetation, and spectacular rock walls rising hundreds of feet above the canyon wall, is part of Dinosaur National Monument. All in all, its an 80 mile round trip, holding secrets of Dinosaurland worth every bit of the 2 hour drive. Higher elevation portions of the route may be impassable in winter.

Jones Hole Scenic Backway

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