This is a large solitary panel in a nice shady canyon of eastern Utah. Petroglyphs from the Ancestral Puebloan (Anazasi), Fremont, and modern Ute are present. The site was used by multiple cultures for a long period of time, but why this spot? We may never know.
This is an Ancestral Puebloan (Anazasi) site that was also used by cattle ranchers for camping. The site is inside the Needles District in Canyonlands National Park and what a neat find it is. Everything here is protected. Please do not touch or remove anything. Besides being illegal, once removed,
One of my favorite little national parks is Hovenweep National Monument. It is a quiet little area in the Four Corners part of Utah. It is one of the few campgrounds I actually enjoy visiting. Most of the towers and buildings of Hovenweep Castle and the Square Tower Group were
There are many small Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) ruins and Ute and Anasazi petroglyph sites scattered along Montezuma Creek. Some are hard to spot, so you have to keep an eye out for them. Near the middle of the canyon is Three Kiva Pueblo where the BLM has restored one of