Split Mountain Motel

Address: 1015 Highway 40 East, Vernal, Utah, 84078, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 1015 Highway 40 East, Vernal, is near Dinosaur National Monument, Utah Field House of Natural History State Park, T-Rex, and Western Heritage Museum.
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    Heading to Vernal

    A travel blog entry by alandliz on Jun 03, 2014

    4 photos

    ... which makes it a monument). There is a small museum which has, as part of its structure, a huge rock with dinosaur bones, very, very impressive. Some of the surrounding countryside resembles the Badlands and some resembles the canyons we have visited on this trip. There are trails, but it's just too hot to walk more than for a few minutes. Checked into the hotel then used the WWW to find a place to eat. Dinner tonight was north American fare - steak, and it was ...

    A Visit Back in Time

    A travel blog entry by michael_darlene on Sep 11, 2013

    8 photos

    The next morning, Wednesday, September 11th, we prepared to leave Park City, Utah and said our reluctant goodbyes.

    It became obvious why we had to visit Kent and Karen, besides the good time we always have, when we left; Highway US 40 runs right by their house. Our destination for the day was the Utah Field House of Natural History State Park and Museum in Vernal, UT which is right ...

    Green River blog - the last day on the river

    A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Sep 05, 2013

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... us all think of Kim. She will be forever missed.

    The kitchen cleaned up and packed away, the rope rescued from the tree (as I mentioned in yesterday's blog), the camping gear all packed and stowed - we were ready to leave our last camp. This morning we leave Whirlpool Canyon and must row through Island Park. There will be no rapids, and hardly even any riffles until after lunch. So frequently the upstream winds (and sometimes bugs) ...

    Stunningly Beautiful!

    A travel blog entry by monroefischer on Aug 29, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... by John Wesley Powell on his first expedition in 1869. On June 21st he wrote 'All this volume is set eddying and spinning in whirlpools, and the waters waltz through the canyon.' On earlier Green trips Whirlpool Canyon was truly swirly, but at this level the whirlpools are barely evident.

    We pushed on down to everyone's favorite camp, Jones Hole. There are actually four campsites at Jones Hole, one above the beautiful Jones Hole Creek, ...

    Dinosaur National Monument

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 22, 2013

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    The Quarry Exhibit Hall is a building built over some very rich fossil beds. Around two thirds of the fossils had previously been removed. Then enough rock was removed to expose the next layer, which contains roughly 1,500 of fossilized bones. This layer of bones was left in place so you can see what the paleontologists saw.

    I took the Fossil Discovery Trail to get back ...