Wolfman Panel is a unique petroglyph panel in Butler Wash, about a mile from the highway. The panel is unique and well defined in the dark sandstone patina, with several other figures near the main panel. If you can overlook the bullet holes, the panel is well worth the side trip if you are in the area. There are some ruins just upstream and downstream from the panel in Butler Wash, but most just visit the panel. The ruins are in quite poor shape and not recommended.
Leave Bluff heading west toward Mexican Hat on US191, which becomes US163 shortly.
Follow the old road and occasional cairns across the slickrock, heading west, slightly southwest to a slick rock ramp that has been improved and angles down into Butler Wash. You can see a ruin across the wash from this vantage point, before dropping down the trail/ramp. At the bottom of the ramp, a panel is on the left. Continue on the social trail another 2 minutes down canyon to the main Wolfman Panel, also on the left (east) side of Butler Wash. If time permits, wandering up or down Butler Wash a bit leads to a few poorly preserved ruins.
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