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Rabbit Valley, Loma

4.3
#205 of 244 in Nature in Colorado
Valley · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Rabbit Valley is a valley located in northwestern Mesa County, Colorado, United States. The area is generally used for paleontology, camping, hiking, mountain biking, off-road vehicle recreation, and hunting. Rabbit Valley is accessed by Interstate 70/U.S. Route 6/U.S. Route 50.

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4.7
TripAdvisor
  • Would recommend this hike. It’s nice to walk, but had some steep and rocky spots that would be difficult for someone who has limited mobility. The views are fantastic from the top at the overlook... 
    Would recommend this hike. It’s nice to walk, but had some steep and rocky spots that would be difficult for someone who has limited mobility. The views are fantastic from the top at the overlook...  more »
  • The hike overlooks the Rabbit Valley with the LaSal Mountains in the background out towards Moab. The hike is called Trail Through Time. It has explanatory placards which we really like. The hike... 
    The hike overlooks the Rabbit Valley with the LaSal Mountains in the background out towards Moab. The hike is called Trail Through Time. It has explanatory placards which we really like. The hike...  more »
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  • Stunning
  • Very cool hike, but it is hot, no shade and just dirt hike. You can see awesome dinosaur fossils though!! Bonus, there were neat lizards.

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