The McConkie Ranch Rock Art

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This page shows some examples of the sites along the southeasterly path at the McConkie Ranch.
This path seemed a little longer than the first one but it was mostly easy walking.

This is the path which leads to the world renowned Three Kings panel.


Dry Fork Canyon sure is pretty and rugged.




As we studied the panels we couldn't help but wonder what messages and stories these images were trying to tell us.







What is your opinion as to their meaning?








This is the Three Kings panel. It is high on a cliff. The photo below is a close-up of it.


A short distance down the canyon from the Mcconkie glyphs, on the same side, is another
panel which some believe to be near a mine which Gale Rhoades knew about.
We have been to this panel but haven't found a mine nearby yet.



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