The trail leading out to the panel is about a half mile long so it was very kid-friendly and leads southward out toward the end of a peninsula overlooking Muddy Creek. We had a thunderstorm approaching when we stopped by so we didn't have long to stay. Still, the kids enjoyed the break from the long car ride home and even found some little cavities in the nearby rocks they were able to play in for a little while.
It was interesting to hear their interpretations of the of the unique characters carved into the face of the rock.
What makes this panel really stand out is what appears to be a rainbow. Animals are abundant in the form of lizards, snakes, deer, elk, big horn sheep, and others. Of course, there are lots of anthromorphs as well.
One can't help but wonder what story was being told with these images.
There are some smaller panels of interesting glyphs around 3 sides of large rocky outcrop just east of the main panel.
There's even a scene depicting a hunter with what appears to be a atlatl spear ready to strike a bighorn sheep.
And one that shows what appears to be a bear engaging an elk or deer.
The approaching storm from the southwest allowed for some interesting light to be filtered through across the northeast.
Ellory, always the climber, had to pose on the top of the rock.
After a good little while, it was time to turn back to beat the oncoming storm. We made it back to the car just in time when a few drops began to fall and lightning could be seen on the horizon.