South Fork Pictographs
The South Fork Pictographs are located in Indian Canyon on Moquith Mountain which is near the Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. There are two types of Native American rock art. Pictographs, which are drawings or paintings made on rocks, and petroglyphs, which are images carved into the rock. On this tour, take a beautiful hike down into the canyon and discover these hidden treasures which are some of the most clear and detailed pictographs made by ancient peoples.
|Times||8am, 11am, 2pm, 5pm|
|Seasons||Year round (weather permitting)|
|Distance||~1.5 miles roundtrip|
|Difficulty||3 / 5 ( 1 = easy 5 = very hard )|
|Terrain||Sand, packed dirt, down climb on rocks in a few places. About 1,000 feet elevation gain.|
|Additional info||The canyon is very hot in the summer. Bring your own water for hiking. After heavy rainstorms, the road to this site can occasionally become washed out and closed temporarily.|
pricing 2-3 hour tours (single site)
|Additional people (per person)||$50|
***all tours are subject to 15% taxes and fees***
***With current unpredictable inflation of gas prices, ALL PRIVATE TOURS WILL BE SUBJECT TO AN ADDITIONAL GAS SURCHARGE OF THE DIFFERENCE OF THE CURRENT PRICE PER GALLON OVER $2.75/GAL. Pricing was originally made when gas was $2.50/gal, we hope there is another drop before we have to permanently change our prices. Thank you for understanding!