A site that was found by the early Tyrrell expeditions, the main attraction
here is not the footprints, but the geology exposed by coal mining on an
anticline fold axis (see below). On two sides of the fold axis are deep,
water-filled pits, with high waterfalls flowing into them in the spring and
summer. Only a few poorly preserved T. borealis tracks and trackways are
evident on the walls of the pit.
An excavated anticline fold
axis (Dr. William A.S. Sarjeant in foreground).
Mr. Kevin May (University of Alaska,
Fairbanks) on excavated anticline fold axis, early summer, 1999.
A few ankylosaur footprints
and trackways on a wall at Center Limb Pit.