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Easy hike, flat, partially shady. At first we thought it was recent graffiti, but someone told us it was the Pioneer Register. When, we stopped to look, it was actually very interesting!
The Pioneer Register which is reached via driving 2 miles up a dirt track and then a short walk through a canyon, is so worth it, she you are viewing Pioneers names and dates on the canyon walls. You can also view ancient petroglyphs on this walk as well
We missed it on the way out but were able to find it on the way back. It's kind of a cool piece of history, but doesn't hold much significance to us since we are not native-Utahns. The trail it's located on is only okay.
The Pioneer Register is viewable along the hike into Capitol Gorge. The hike itself is flat and relatively easy. The drive to the trailhead was on a dirt road, navigable by a normal car, but longer and bumpier than I expected. The Register is a number of names carved into the walls of the gorge. They are of various sizes... 更多
We had a guidebook so we knew this was a half mile in, but still might have missed it. I was surprised that there wasn't a sign like there was for the petroglyphs. My son was the one who noticed and asked why there are so many names up on the wall. For some reason, it was the bullet holes... 更多
This writing on the wall is very high - the rangers had no real idea how the pioneers got up there to do it It obviously took some time. One theory is they stood on their wagons and another is they lowered a guy in a bucket from the top. Both seem a little far fetched. Another interesting thing we... 更多
You start by driving a mile long winding road through beautiful scenery. Then you walk a couple miles down a gorgeous gorge following a dry river bed. Along the way is the underwhelming registry which is not marked and easily missed. Finally a short strenuous climb to the tanks with spectacular views along the way. The path is not well... 更多
See names carved in the cliffs more than a century ago -- this is a great destination but the journey there is the best part.