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Little town has claim to Colorado's only rock-crawling park | Lifestyle | gazette.com This is the Rangely Rock Crawling Park, the only one of its kind in Colorado, according to the owning Bureau of Land Management. This is 560-plus acres of slopes with jumbled and jagged boulders and steep and deep cracks and crevices that challenge the boldest, gravity-defying drivers.
Rangely is truly a hidden gem, tucked away from the hustle and bustle that offers wide-open spaces to explore. This rural town is often referred to as “Small Town USA” or “Mini-Moab” by locals, so you know it’s perfect for your next visit. More information visit here- https://www.colorado.com/articles/7-epic-outdoor-adventures-rangely
The Dinosaur Diamond Scenic Byway is a 512-mile-long National Scenic Byway in the United States, covering Utah and Colorado. The highway forms a diamond-shaped loop with vertices at Moab, Helper, Vernal, and Grand Junction. Within the Diamond you can get off the beaten path and take a walk or drive and find Indian artifacts from arrow heads to old structures. Along the path you can view Rock Art and Petroglyph along the designated Byway. The Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway is a showcase of intrinsic qualities. Its world-class dinosaur, fossil, and archaeological resources, including rock art, are second to none. Its recreational resources alone attract people from...