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Nine Mile Canyon Rock Art

(nr Wellington UT) Nine Mile Canyon is promoted as “the world’s longest art gallery” with numerous panels of rock art spread out along the byway. Nine Mile Canyon Rock Art Images were created by the Fremont culture and other natives, like Utes and Navajo spread over hundreds of years. Bighorn Sheep Horse Riders Owls, Sheep, […]

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Apache Creek Petroglyphs

(Apache Creek NM) From my campsite, I walked about 1/3mi to the trailhead for the Apache Creek Petroglyphs. Then, it was a fairly steep and rocky trail up to the cliff face where the rock art could be seen. I hadn’t known about this site before. It was a nice find. Apache Creek Petroglyphs – […]

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Sego Canyon Rock Art

Segó Canyon Rock Art

(Thompson Springs UT) Rock art by Ute natives, ancestral Fremont, and Archaic peoples could be found by driving about 3 1/2 miles into Segó Canyon north of town. There was a small parking area on the left. A few signs told the tale of the art spanning 3,000 plus years. Dirt paths lead to different […]

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