Jones Hole Trail

Jones Hole Trail   by Eric Huish    ŠEric Huish  (Aug 2007)

Submitted by  Eric Huish

Description: 8 Mile round trip trail descending along Jones Hole Creek, to the Green River. The trail changes only about 200 feet in elevation. Riparian and Juniper habitat.

Directions: Traveling North on Highway 191, turn east onto 500 North Vernal and travel 42 miles to Jones Hole Fish Hatchery. The trail starts down at the bottom of the Hatchery. Just follow the water.

Birds: American Dipper, Say's Phoebe, Violet-green Swallow and Greater Sage Grouse along the road in.

Other: Jones Hole is very remote and will take a lot of time. Most of the trail is in Dinosaur National Monument. Be sure to pick up a Jones Hole Trail Guide information sheet at the fish hatchery. Watch for Bluebirds and Sage Grouse along the road to the Hatchery.

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