2019 Sego Canyon UPAC Field Trip
Saturday, February 23rd 1:15PM
The Sego Canyon tour will include the Sego Canyon rock art and coal mine, both of which are listed on the National Register. The rock art includes four large panels in a single place, each distinct and impressive. There is a Ute panel, a Fremont panel, and two Barrier Canyon panels. The mine includes the impressive rail line up the canyon, the mine and associated processing and loading facilities, and the community associated with the mine. The community includes a wide variety of housing, including the Chinese and Japanese community, and historic inscriptions.
Difficulty: Easy. For the rock art, you can drive to the location and there's a maintained path to each panel. For the mine, you can drive to the mine and see most of it quite well from the road. If you want to walk around, there are no paths but it's all in the canyon bottom. The most strenuous would be crossing the wash.
Time commitment: 45 minutes driving to and from (1.5 hours round trip), approximately 15 minutes driving between the rock art and the mine (30 minutes total), and approximately 30 minutes tour at each location (1 hour total).
UPAC, the BLM, and DOGM are not responsible for any loss, injury, or damage to personal property as a result of my participation in this field trip.
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