Petroglyphs from the past

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A panel of petroglyphs dating back to the Fremont era line the base of a cliff wall in Capital Reef National Park.

A panel of petroglyphs carved into the base of a sheer cliff that parallels Highway 24 in Capital Reef National Park in Utah dates back to the Fremont era between 300 A.D. and 1300 A.D.

According to a sign in the area, a portion of the cliff bearing more of the rock art, at bottom left, broke off and fell during the last century.

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