Moab Mammoth Petroglyph

Moab Mammoth
aka: Moab Mastodon
Petroglyph Panel

Hiking & Rock Art

           The Moab Mammoth is a fun panel of rock art that is easy to visit. The petroglyph is sometimes called the Moab Mastodon. Scientists disagree on whether the woolly mammoth never roamed Utah or not, but this interesting petroglyph hints that humans and mammoth once shared the area. The Four-Toed Petroglyph Panel is included in this family friendly adventure.

Circle of Friends:
          The Moab Mammoth 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"

Moab Mammoth Petroglyph Moab Mammoth Petroglyph Panel

General Information:
          Moab Mammoth is a fun way to spend an hour near Moab. The panel contains a large mammoth and several other interesting figures. The Four-Toed Petroglyph Panel is located along the route and contains what appears to be a giant bear, several
anthropomorphic (human) figures, big horn sheep and other figures. The rock art is accessible year round in all weather conditions.

           Navigation for this route is easy provided you have a good route description. A GPS is useful in verifying you are on the correct route.

Four-Toed Petroglyph Panel

Trailhead Information:
          The trailhead is accessible to all vehicles, year round, via a paved highway.

Four-Toed Petroglyph Four-Toed Petroglyph Panel

          Enjoy a short video of the Moab Mammoth Petroglyph.


Please take only pictures and leave only footprints.

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