The Three Kings were fabulous - the best petroglyphs we have seen. Trail can be rough in spots (scrambling) but not too bad. A private ranch that asks only for respect & a small donation. Well worth the hour or so needed to explore & appreciate these treasures of our ancients.
The "main trail" would have been disappointing, but our goal was the Three Kings. The panel was amazing, and the many glyphs along spur trail below the canyon walls should not to be missed. The trail is a little rough in spits, but is easily accessible - the hiking pole probably helped. A beautiful destination even without the rock art,... 更多
This was a well-marked side trip to Dry Fork Canyon. The petroglyphs are on private property that the owner has generously kept open to the public for a small requested donation of $5. There is a rocky trail, which can be difficult to navigate at times, that leads to numerous petroglyphs. The petroglyphs are along the trail, not just concentrated... 更多
This place is awesome! On private land, but owners share it with all! Requires some walking and scrambling over rocks but totally worth seeing the Indian rock art dating from 100 - 1200 AD. Hiking sticks are provided, even port-a-potties, and water/soda vending machine. Only a donation is requested. Not far from town.
Rough trail but really interesting petroglyphs. Nice overlooks of the area at sunset. Cute kitty followed us up the trail. Nice info available about the petroglyphs and even bottled water and snacks available for purchase on the honor system. Easy parking. Would have been helpful to know the length of the trail.
Thank goodness the owner of McConkie Ranch welcomes visitors! Ample parking, honor "donation" of $5/car, curious little "sign in" shed with 100's of notes on the walls, and plenty of hand lettered signs marknig the trails that lead to some of the most remarkable, beautiful, and unique rock art anywhere, make this a very special place. If you take the... 更多
Went here right after a terrible burger at Burger King in town. About 10 miles northwest, easy to get to. Park at the base of petroglyph cliff. Pay your $5 honor system in box . Cold water out of refrigerator and check out the post'it notes. Seems like everyone parked and walked up to the petroglyps to the right of... 更多
What an amazing display of petroglyphs!! Take your camera with an empty memory card! Unfortunately there has been some amounts of vandalism some past and even more sad some present. Gracious of the owners to share this amazing bit of history!
If you like this sort of thing, this is a great place to stop and walk right up close to the drawings. It is on private ground and admission is by donation. The hike was not that steep or too long. We did it in the morning. A summer afternoon might be hot as there isn't much shade among the... 更多