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Home to what is believed to be the greatest concentration of Fremont Indian Rock Art in the world, Nine-Mile Canyon is famous for its petroglyphs (carvings) and pictographs (paintings) of animals, hunting scenes and classic trapezoidal figures. This scenic backway highlights buff-colored canyon cliffs, balanced rocks, window arches, ancient cliff granaries, and a deserted saloon. Enjoyed best as an all-day outing, the backway is 80 miles long. The road is mostly unpaved, but well graded. Although not recommended for vehicles longer than 22 feet, a passenger car can make it easily, except during the most severe weather. With no gas stations or convenience stores along the route, Nine-Mile Canyon remains a real western frontier experience.

Nine-Mile Canyon Scenic Backway

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