Despite the fact that Dinosaur National Monument is best known for its paleontological resources, there is only one place in the entire 210,844-acre monument where you can see dinosaur bones: at the Dinosaur Quarry in the far west end of the monument. What this unit of the National Park system does have in prodigious supply, however, are slickrock canyons, lonesome mesas, and miles of pristine river corridor. The short but highly scenic Harpers Corner Trail offers a memorable look at these treasures.
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Trail Statistics & Information
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|Trailhead Elevation||7,600 ft|
|Top Elevation||7,600 ft|
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