Utah 2019

We left Oceanside on April 15th and headed north, our first stop was Cedar City, Utah. We stayed at the KOA in the city for a few days while we went sightseeing. We visited the Perowan Gap Petroglyphs that are thought to be the work of several cultural groups of Native Americans several centuries ago. The meaning of the designs is still unknown. The Gap is nationally recognized as a “superb gallery of Native American rock art.” We saw geometric designs, images of lizards, snakes, mountain sheep, bear claws and human figures; artwork that was pecked into the rock on the smooth canyon walls of the pass. We also stopped at the Dinosaur Tracks where we walked around the rocks looking for the dinosaur raised footprints, not depressions in the stone. On our way back to Cedar City we drove up to Bryan’s Head Ski Resort and they were still skiing.Click on thumbnail to view images

Perowan Gap Petroglyphs