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Best Western Cottontree Inn

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1030 N 400 E North Salt Lake 84054-1946 USA
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Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls

Shoshone Falls are often referred to as the "Niagara of the West" and with a drop of 212 ft they are 50 ft higher than the Niagara Falls. It is recommended to visit the falls during spring when the Snake River runs high due to melted snow as later in the year irrigation can cause the river to run dry. The Shoshone Falls and Dierkes Lake Complex are operated by the city of Twin Falls and apart from views of the falls you will also find playgrounds, picnic areas, trails, a boat ramp and a swimming area as well as toilets and a visitor information centre. Admission fee : $3 per car

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Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway

Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway

Consisting of a combination of Interstate, National, and State highways this 512 mile loop lies within the states of Utah and Colorado. It was designated a scenic byway by the United States Secretary of Transportation based on several different grading criteria. There are several different attractions and cities located along the route and you will have a chance to see dinosaur bones being excavated, visit museums that showcase those bones and reconstructions of dinosaurs of all kinds. Attractions on the route include the Dinosaur National Monument, Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park and much more. Enjoy the scenery by driving through a landscape that is shaped by mountains and valleys, plateaus and cliffs, rock formations such as natural arches, forests and desert. If you feel like getting out of the car and burn some energy there are plenty of possibilties on the way. Apart from hundreds of miles of hiking trails you can go camping, fishing, mountain biking, river rafting and kayaking and the cities and towns you'll pass on the way offer further recreational oportunities.Please note that the use of the scenic byway is free but there might be admission charges for the attractions on the way.

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