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Leashed dogs are allowed, including on the self-guided walking tour. Dinosaur Ridge is a geographically famous National Natural Landmark, located just 15 minutes west of downtown Denver. The site features historically famous Jurassic dinosaur bones. The bones were discovered in 1877 and over 300 Cretaceous dinosaur footprints have also been found. The self-guided tour is one mile long and features 16 interpretive signs that describe fossil remains and other important features. There is no charge for the self guided walk. Booklets are available for purchase in the Visitor Center. The booklets offer more details of the walking tour. To get there from Interstate 70, take exit 259 (Morrison/Golden exit) and head south (towards Red Rocks Park) on Highway 93/26. As you near Red Rocks Park, there will be a turn off to the left for Highway 26. Follow the signs for Dinosaur Ridge.
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