With the clock ticking down and still so much to see, we planned to cover serious ground today! For a change, we headed south and southwest. Just south of Moab is this place built in the side of the rock. Click on place to check out the story! It took more of our time then planned but was well worth it and worth the $5.00 to go inside.
I read in a few places that Newspaper Rock is a sight to see. It has the most petroglyphs in one panel in all of the Colorado Plateau.
I have about six photos of the art, these are two of them.
The red rock views were spectacular!
One campground had a campfire theatre. The path alone leading to this site was the prettiest thing.
Cave Spring was another unusual place to hike through.
There were ladders to climb!
Slickrock to hike across!
Windows to peek through!
Low ledges to stroll under!
They were very low! Ouch!
Wilson Arch is just south of Moab. We stopped there on the way down but the lighting was not the greatest. Early evening gave us better light. This time we climbed up to the arch for some photo shots.
Standing under it, I could see forever below and beyond!
What a wonderful last full day in Utah!
It left me wanting more!