“Largest known collections of petroglyphs”
The 200-square-foot (19 m2) rock is a part of the vertical Wingate sandstone cliffs that enclose the upper end of Indian Creek Canyon, and is covered by hundreds of petroglyph—one of the largest, best preserved and easily accessed groups in the Southwest Vault toilets are right next to the monument
This place was really cool! Petroglyphs are not new for me since I’ve seen so many in southern Utah. If you have never seen petroglyphs before, and you have any mobility issues (it is super easy to access), it is a must see even though it is a bit out of the way.
this place is magical don't mind the other dweebs that rated low!
Very quick stop on the way to Canyonlands Needle District. Well worth the stop!
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Newspaper Rock State Historical Monument
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