Petroglyphs and Pictographs

Petroglyphs in Northeast Utah

See the flute player "Kokopelli" petroglyph and one named "Big Foot" in northeast Utah

Kokopelli Petroglyph at Dinosaur National Monument. Photo by NPS
Petroglyph of a flute player, identified with the mystical figure \”Kokopelli\”, Dinosaur National Monument, Utah, USA. The petroglyph is carved into \”desert varnish\” a patina on sandstone rocks. Photo by NPS
\”Bigfoot\” is one of many petroglyphs at the McConkie Ranch northwest of Vernal, Utah. Photo by Tricia Simpson [CC BY-SA 3.0 or GFDL], via Wikimedia Commons

Other panels in Uintah County are Cockleburr Wash Petroglyphs, Little Brush Creek Petroglyphs, and the Whiterocks Village Site. These locations are restricted from the public to protect these fragile national treasures.

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