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See the Petroglyphs at Capitol Reef

Torrey, Utah

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Added by Will Yeomans

Go see some cool petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park. 

There are petroglyphs in Capitol Reef National Park. To get there, you first have to go the National Park. Drive on Highway 24 through Torrey and keep going until you enter the Park. If you want, stop at the Visitor Center and look around. From here the petroglyphs are about 1/4 mile east on Highway 24. There is a little parking lot on the left side of the road and some wooden boardwalks. Walk around and there are signs to read and binoculars to use to see the petroglyphs better. This is a very short activity so check out some other hikes in the park. Check out Hickman Natural Bridge or Cassidy Arch. Hope you enjoy the petroglyphs and Capitol Reef National Park.

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ADA Accessible


The petroglyphs are really cool

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