How to Get There:
Note: Paving of Moore Cutoff Road began in May 2009.
From the south: Mile 0 – Starting from the town of Emery, UT (A), head east (slightly northeast) on Utah Highway 10.
Mile 3.7 – Take a slight right off of Utah Highway 10 onto County Highway 801. Stay on this road, heading east/northeast.
Mile 6.4 – You will reach an intersection with County Highway 803 (B). You are now in Moore, UT. Make a right turn onto County Highway 803 (locally known as Moore Cutoff) and head east.
Mile 10.5 – After making a sharp turn towards the left, you should spot a dirt area for parking. At this point, you should be able to find boulders with Indian petroglyphs on them. Try to find the two snake petroglyphs. About 200 feet east of these, you will see a large sloping boulder. Look on its upper surface to find a dinosaur trackway. The tracks will appear as “bumps” at regularly spaced intervals. There are other petroglyphs and interesting things to see in this area, so keep an eye out!
From the north: Mile 0 - Starting from the town of Ferron, head south on Utah Highway 10.
Mile 5 - Take the paved road, County Highway 801, to the hamlet of Moore that is off to the left.
Mile 6.8 - Make a slight left onto County Road 802/Moore Road.
Mile 8.6 - A T-intersection is reached. Make a left turn (east) on what is locally known as the Moore Cutoff (County Highway 803).
Mile 12.3 - About 3 miles after the T-intersection and after descending into a short canyon, the road turns fairly sharply to the left, or east, again and a very short stretch of dirt road (100 feet) goes left to a parking area set up against a large number of large boulders fallen from the cliffs towering above. Wonderful boulders these are; containing petroglyphs near the parking area and a dinosaur trackway on one about 200 feet to the east.
Above are views of the boulder with dinosaur trackway from the dirt parking area.