Spreading the word - Educating our children and neighbors
Guided Rock Art Tours are designed to share the love and appreciation of ancient rock art known as petroglyphs and pictographs. It is beneficial in preserving the history of Native Americans and promotes the management and protection of these sites while bringing more allies into the ranks of caretakers and stewards to keep the history alive for future generations.
Enjoy and love these gifts from those who lived before us, and those who will live a hundred years from now. So generations to come will be able to enjoy and love them as well.
Cost: $150 per person (Discount for Vets) - Lunch and Drinks included
Canyon Pintado or Painted Canyon, has been occupied by prehistoric people and was repeatedly visited by a variety of cultures throughout its long history. Located in northwest Colorado, near the small town of Rangely, the Canyon provides the largest concentration of Fremont and Ute archaeological sites in Canyon Pintado.
There are eight (8) main rock art formation along this trail: Lookout Point, East Four-mil Draw, State Bridge Draw, Cow Canyon, White Birds, Kokopelli, Waving Hands, South Orientation Center.