Five Faces Pictograph
Canyonlands National Park
Faces Pictograph consists of a astonishing pictograph containing five
anthromorphs. The rock art is easy to visit and fun for the entire family,
provided you have a four-wheel-drive vehicle. This is an exceptional
panel of pictographs. Please take only
pictures and leave only footprints.
Circle of Friends:
Faces Pictograph is part of the "Circle of Friends"
program. Members of the "Circle of Friends"
have access to more specific information, explicit route information, GPS waypoints,
trailhead location and detailed maps. If
you would like more information on joining the "Circle of
Friends" visit the sign up page.
"Circle of Friends"
Five Faces Pictograph contains a large panel of easy to access rock art in the Needles district of Canyonlands National
A round trip to Five Faces Pictograph requires approximately
one hour actually hiking time from the trailhead. This is normally a
half-day adventure if you factor in the dirt road driving time. The
rock art is accessible year round in dry weather conditions.
A GPS and good map
reading skills are useful in
locating the pictographs. Navigation for this route is easy. Five Faces Pictograph is rated 1A I using
the Canyon Rating System.
trailhead of this route requires driving nearly 8 miles on a real
four-wheel-drive road. A stock Jeep or 4x4 truck should be able to reach
this trailhead with little problem in dry conditions.
Log Cabin Ruin:
For those that want a longer hike route information to Log Cabin Ruin is