TRex Exmouth Dinosaur Trail

Have your young adventurers braved the all new Exmouth Dinosaur Trail which opened in May 2019?

Sure to get the heart racing, Exmouth has come alive with pre-historic dinosaurs ready and waiting for you!

The Exmouth Dinosaur Trail has been really popular over the Summer and is a fantastic way to combine heading outdoors on a family adventure with a top of up dinotastic knowledge! The perfect motivation to encourage even the most reluctant walker!

It’s also a creative way for Exmouth visitors to discover some of the stunning locations of the town.

There are basically three different trails you can go on:

Dinosaur Trail

15 dinosaurs of all shapes and sizes to track down within a 1 mile area of the town centre. Many have fact finder plaques for the curious.

Brass Rubbing Town Trail

15 dinosaur brass rubbings to collect using your paper and crayons within a 1 mile area of the town centre.

Brass Rubbing Explorer Trail

15 dinosaur brass rubbings to collect using your paper and crayons within a wider 3 mile area of the town centre.

Dinosaur Trail
Brass Rubbing Dinosaur Trail
Brass Rubbing Dinosaur Trail

Here’s what you need to know

Red Whizz
  • Get your Dinosaur Trail Map

    Collect yours from any of the following local venues:

    Or

    Use an electronic version by clicking on title.

  • For the Brass Rubbing Trails - Take blank paper and crayons along

    You can bring your own blank paper and crayons

    OR

    Pay £1 to collect a pack of crayons and paper booklet from any of the locations above.

    Dinosaur Trail Brass Rubbing Pack

  • Collect your Dinosaur Hunter Trail Badge

    Once you’ve completed 15 brass rubbings, or ticked off all the dinosaurs on your map, head back to any of the businesses listed above to claim your FREE  Exmouth Dinosaur Hunter Trail Badge.

    Dinosaur Trail Trail Badge

If you want more information, head over to the official Exmouth Dinosaur Trail website below.

If you like these sorts of activities, with a focus on an outdoor walking adventure, have you tried Geocaching? Head over to our Geocaching blog post to find out all about it.

Keep safe Dinosaur Hunters and enjoy the trails.

Kes Reid
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