One of my boys and I spent Sunday exploring Nine Mile Canyon, in the remote Book Cliffs a few hours drive from Salt Lake City. This canyon is known for its dense collection of rock art and ruins, a lot of which can be seen from the paved road that follows the canyon bottom. This was a lot of driving for a day trip but it wasn’t too boring since I had checked out an audiobook of Fahrenheit 451 from the library.
A great pictograph panel, the figures are several feet high.
Typical scenery in the upper canyon.
A dodgy ice bridge. This one held us but I got wet to the knees on a different stream crossing.
Fremont people in a large part of Utah drew sheep this way: