Sego Canyon contains rock art from three different Native American cultures with more current graffiti mixed in, as well as a ghost town. I thought the rock art was in surprising good condition considering how old they are. There has been some graffiti added over the years, but not as bad as some places I’ve seen. It’s located off of I-70 between Green River, Utah and Grand Junction, Colorado so I don’t think it has a huge tourist draw although we were hardly alone there. There were signs available to explain the three types of art and the differences between them.
There are house and coal mine ruins in the area.
What is referred to as the ghost town is where a company store and boarding house still partially stand.
To see the rock art and other ruins, check out my SmugMug gallery
Next stop..back to Denver