Parowan Gap

The gap was used by Native Americans living in the Parowan Valley as a passage through the Red Hills.

This gap is known as a "wind" gap.
These Pictographs were discovered in about 1849 by early settlers/pioneers.


It is estimated that there is at least 1,000 years worth of art work in the gap. It is quite the nice art gallery.
This glyph is thought to be a calendar and map and is referred to as the "zipper" glyph.

Laws with stiff penalties have been established to protect these and other artifacts. Please report any vandalism to the local BLM Office or Sheriff.


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