On the canyon walls at one of the most dramatic and mystifying rock-art sights in the area you can see large, ghostlike rock-art figures etched by Native Americans approximately 4,000 years ago. There's also art left by the Ute Indians from the 19th-century. Distinctive for their large anthropomorphic figures, and for horses, buffalo, and shields painted with red-and-white pigment, these rare drawings are some of the finest Ute pictographs in the region. The panels are
3½ mi off I–70 on a paved road.
I–70, Exit 185, 25 mi east of Green River, Green River, Utah, 84540 , United States
435-259–6111-Bureau of Land Management Office in Moab; 435-259–2100-Bureau of Land Management Office in Moab