Hiking and 4wd trips in Canyonlands and eastern regions of Utah; including Canyonlands, and Arches National Parks.

9 trips

Butler Wash Ruins

Butler Wash Ruins

Butler Wash is a long creek with Ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) ruins scattered all along it. The BLM has created an ...
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Cave Springs Cowboy Camp

Cave Springs Cowboy Camp

This is an Ancestral Puebloan (Anazasi) site that was also used by cattle ranchers to camp at. The site is ...
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Hovenweep – Square Tower Group

Hovenweep – Square Tower Group

One of my favorite little national parks is Hovenweep National Monument. It is a quiet little area in the Four ...
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Montezuma Creek and the Three Kiva Pueblo

Montezuma Creek and the Three Kiva Pueblo

There are many small Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) ruins and Ute and Anasazi petroglyph sites scattered along Montezuma creek. Some are ...
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Mule Canyon Ruins

Mule Canyon Ruins

This is a remote Ancestral Pueblo (Anasazi) ruin site with many ruined towers and cliff dwellings. I had read about ...
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Newspaper Rock State Historic Monument

Newspaper Rock

This is a large solitary panel in a nice shady canyon of eastern Utah. Petroglyphs from the Ancestral Puebloan (Anazasi), ...
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Owl Panel, Nine Mile Canyon

Owl Panel, Nine Mile Canyon

Hidden away in short side canyon of Nine Mile Canyon is this fantastic little petroglyph panel of owls. How often ...
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Robidoux Inscription and Pictographs

Robidoux Inscription and Pictographs

On a late autumn day in 1837, a fur trapper from Santa Fe, Antoine Robidoux, stopped along a narrow canyon ...
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Sego Thompson Canyon Pictographs

Thompson Canyon Pictographs

The Thompson Canyon Pictographs site (also known as the Sego Canyon Pictograph site) is an impressive place. Large panels of ...
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