Fodor's Expert Review Canyon Pintado National Historic District

Rangely Archaeological Site/Ruins

One of Rangely's most compelling sights is the superb Fremont petroglyphs—carved between AD 600 and 1300—in Douglas Creek canyon, south of town along Route 139. This stretch is known as the Canyon Pintado National Historic District, and the examples of rock art are among the best-preserved in the West; half the fun is clambering up the rocks to find them. A brochure listing the sights is available at the Rangely Chamber of Commerce.

Archaeological Site/Ruins

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Rangely, Colorado  81648, USA

970-675–5290

www.blm.gov/co

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