This is a short hike to a pretty good set of panels. It is a must do if you are in the area, and accessible to most. The panels are not nearly as intricate or impressive as the nearby Ferron Box panels, but are still interesting. It is fascinating to consider the Indians visiting and likely inhabiting the seemingly desolate and harsh edge of the Swell. Perhaps this was their winter range when the nearby mountains were snowy and cold.
From Ferron, UT, head east on 100 S (Molen Road). This is across the road from the Millsite Recreation Sign. Reset your odometer as you turn off main street and onto 100 S.
From the trailhead, find a way off the cliff top and down to the bottom of the wash. There is a social trail here that descends a very interesting crack to the canyon floor, but several options exist. Once down, turn right (west), and head up stream. There are several panels on the right, less than 10 minutes from the trailhead. Aside from the garbage at the base of the cliff, this is a stark and beautiful place in its own way.
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