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The gravel road into the place is one of the better maintained dirt roads we've been on. It had a few roller-coaster dips but we traveled a good speed the whole way. You will get hot and dusty so a hat and sunscreen are recommended....更多
U-Dig is most accessible from Delta. It is about 32 miles west of Delta on Rt 50, then another 20 miles north on a graded road. Most of the way is pretty smooth and it gets somewhat washer-boardy the last several miles, but even so...更多
I was worried about the 20 mile gravel road after turning off the highway, but it turned out to be no problem. We stopped several times along the way to take pictures of desert flowers. Saw a couple bands of wild horses. And when we...更多
This was a great place to visit. The gentlemen that worked there, was very helpful and very interesting, he shows you the different types of tribite. They are small, but still fun to find.
It takes the right kind of person to enjoy unearthing and admiring the fossils of creatures which have been buried for very long periods of time. Stacking the chips in your favor in the interest of saving time and providing a safe environment for younger...更多
U-Dig Fossils is a commercial site that offers access to Wheeler Shale--one of the most productive rock in the world for finding Trilobites. It's hard work breaking shale and sits at an elevation of about 10,000 feet so be sure to bring plenty to drink....更多
U-Dig-Fossils gives you a chance to let out your inner paleontologist. The road out to the location was gravel and at times a bit harrowing. We were in a low slung Chevy Sonic and did fine, but I wouldn't go if it was raining or...更多