This family has generously opened their property to visitors to see the petroglyphs from the Freemont people that are carved in the cliff face. There is a sweet little picnic area (with porta-johns in the summer) and a shed with a refrigerator of water and sodas. Honor system payment.
They provide walking sticks and hikers should make use of them. The hike up and along the cliffs is rocky and winding and a bit of a challenge for anyone with bad knees. The trail is very clearly marked and the petroglyphs impressive.
The property is open during daylight hours and in good weather only. The trail would be dangerous when wet.
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