Paxtons Shearing Corral |

Kanosh

Roadside Attraction Paxtons Shearing Corral - Kanosh Roadside Attraction Paxtons Shearing Corral
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RATING: Roadside or Easy Hike
LENGTH: 1+ hours

Mon

35 | 14

Tue

44 | 14

Wed

53 | 22

Thu

60 | 26

Fri

65 | 29

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SEASON: Spring, Fall (Winter if no snow on the ground)
WATER: None.

Mon

35 | 14

Tue

44 | 14

Wed

53 | 22

Thu

60 | 26

Fri

65 | 29

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Interesting design at Paxtons Shearing Corral

Interesting design at Paxtons Shearing Corral

Paxtons Shearing Corral is probably my favorite of the rock art sites I have visited near Kanosh. The panel faces east and has exquisite lighting in the morning. Like other sites in the area, the rock art consists of petroglyphs on black basalt boulders. The style is likely Fremont with a mix of more faint archaic glyphs. It is a large area, with seemingly endless art to see.

Historic Note: The area west of present day interstate I-15 was originally heavily used for sheep ranching. Early settles had sheep as the primary industry. Demand for sheep dwindled, and as time has gone on, cattle have become the more dominate industry in the area. This site sits just north of an old concrete pad and fence. Likely the site of Paxton’s Sheep Shearing Corral.
Lone sheep or antelope at Paxtons Corral

Lone sheep or antelope at Paxtons Corral

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