ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT DINOSAUR TRACK SITES IN THE WORLD
Among some of the Grande Cache area’s more interesting wildlife were huge meat-eating dinosaurs, which hunted the muddy shore with strides 3 metres (10 feet) long. Thankfully, these and a variety of other ‘terrible lizards’ are no longer permanent residents to the area. Fortunately, however, they left thousands of footprints behind, embedded high in the mountains in steep sheets of rock.
There are over a dozen sites containing tracks in a 25 square kilometre (10 sq. mi.) area, making it one of the best dinosaur track sites in the world (pretty cool, eh?).