Ascending Sheep Pictograph - San Rafael Swell

Ascending Sheep
The Snake & The Juggler

San Rafael Swell
Pictographs & Petroglyphs
 

           The Ascending Sheep Pictograph combined with The Snake and The Juggler Petroglyphs makes for a great family adventure. Please take only pictures and leave only footprints.

Circle of Friends:
          The Ascending Sheep Pictograph Panel 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.

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Ascending Sheep Pictograph - San Rafael Swell Ascending Sheep Pictograph - San Rafael Swell

General Information:
          The Ascending Sheep Pictograph Panel has become a must visit to rock art enthusiasts. The site is accessible year round, but spring and fall are the preferred seasons. This hike also includes a visit to The Snake Petroglyph and The Juggler Petroglyph. A GPS is extremely useful in verifying you are on the correct route and in locating the rock art. Navigation for this route is moderate. This route is rated 1A I using the Canyon Rating System.

Ascending Sheep Pictograph - San Rafael Swell

Trailhead Information:
         
This Ascending Sheep Trailhead is accessible via a paved road to all vehicles in all weather conditions.

The Snake Petroglyph - San Rafael Swell

The Snake Petroglyph:
         
The Snake Petroglyph is one of the best rock art snakes I know of. After viewing The Snake look around and enjoy the numerous other hidden treasures, including the dinosaur trackway.

Snake & Kokopelli Petroglyph - San Rafael Swell The Juggler Petroglyph - San Rafael Swell

The Juggler Petroglyph:
         
The Juggler Petroglyph is a great panel that is easy to access and relatively unknown.

The Juggler Petroglyph - San Rafael Swell

          Please respect the rock art and dinosaur trackway, which are protected by the U.S. Archeological Resources Protection Act and the Antiquities Act respectively.


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