This is a must if you're in the area. The petroglyphs are fantastic. Take your time and really look at their stories. Really cool. Definitely not a hard hike - just bring water. And donate to the owners! This is their own property and they let all of us strangers in. (End of August 2019)

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no shade
private property
rocky
6 days ago

Good trail with amazing views. You do pass through private property and go through areas with juniper pines and open sagebrush. Trail is well marked. Would go at times with cooler weather. Some of the trail is overgrown near the trailhead. A lot of low grade incline/decline the whole way.

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bugs
fee
rocky
8 days ago

Took my little with me she really enjoyed it, glad there was shade along the way so we could stop & give her a brake! There is a small fee inside the small building when entering, and you can follow the trails with the tape, there is rocks u have to climb so if ur bringing a dog I wouldn’t, there was quite a few people also along the trail with their little ones!

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rocky
scramble
9 days ago

We had a good time on this trail. We took our 1 yr old (he rode in kid pack) and 5 yr old. They did good! Beware this trail has rocks and some areas require a scramble. The trail is clearly marked.

Beautiful day, easy trail and I am happy

hiking
14 days ago

This trail is back open! Great walk, no real elevation change. Wonderful pictographs and petroglyphs. The second half of the trail is sunny so bring lots of water.

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bugs
rocky
14 days ago

This was such a fun little trail. Started at the Fish Hatchery where we saw an Osprey and some turkey vultures. On the trail there were lots of neat plants, bugs, and petroglyphs. Great trail, easy for kids.

Nice hike. The thing that I loved in addition to the hike was the drive there. It reminded me a little of Moab. There were homes along the bases of the cliffs. Such a beautiful area.

Was easier than an "easy" rated trail I did 2 days ago. Not sure I'd rate this moderate and right now, I'm in terrible shape for hiking. So, most will find this one pretty easy.

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no shade
16 days ago

Great hike to get away from everyone. Longer than listed on here, about 9 miles. The new signage is up on the trail which indicates the length. Some of the trail is a bit overgrown because it's not popular but it's fairly easy to follow. There's a few parts where the trail is faded. Beautiful views at the end and the scenery on the way is pretty. Lots of wild flowers in mid May and no snow or mud. No shade anywhere or water so probably not the greatest on a hot day. We lucked out with some clouds and great temperatures. Trails in the park as of May 13 are open but visitor centers are not.

This was an alright nature walk. I don't think I'll do it again, though.

great hike very beautiful.

Unlike others, we’d call this a more difficult trail. Lots of rock scrambling, particularly to the right fork. Good shoes and hiking pole a plus. Easy to slip on the steep, pebbly trail coming down. Full sun. Our recommendation is to skip the trail that forks right as the petroglyphs there are not as visible; in contrast, the trail that goes left for some distance features mural panels of what wed term pectoral warriors, wearing chest ornaments. The signage is fun: “better petroglyphs three blocks.” In the building at entrance, where $ is deposited, is a binder of articles about the site. It would be very useful to have a map on display as we wondered where the trail ends. (The right fork has a clear trail ends here sign.) two portable toilets plus shaded picnic table at parking. There is also a sign for Three Kings Trail at the road by parking but no explanation. We appreciate the property owners making this accessible. Noted recent vandalism of AR 2020 with heart on rock on left fork. Maddening.

Lovely, shaded trail by dry rocky creek. Markers for mileage along the way. Paved road access. We started at the lower end; nice picnic table across the bridge. Some litter unfortunately. Lovely bird song along the trail. Stopped first at McConkie petroglyphs, which was a truly difficult scramble on rocky terrain. This trail was a cakewalk after that.

a little rough for our 1 year old grandson but we had a blast.

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fee
private property
scramble
1 month ago

Love this trail! It is such a fun place for a short and relatively easy hike. So many petroglyphs to look at in close proximity to each other make this an entertaining hike. There are a couple of impressive panels as well. There's a small bit of rock scrambling but nothing to crazy. Trail is pet friendly but leashes are required. This trail is on private property but the owners are kind enough to let us enjoy it. Let's keep it that way! Be respectful and remember to leave no trace. A small donation of $5 is asked to be left per vehicle.

Beautiful hike, great scenery. Lots of snow still on the trail especially in the last mile, had to divert to the road.

Beautiful hike, lots of scenery. A lot of snow still on the trail especially in the last mile, had to divert to the road.

Very nice trail dogs on leash easy

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rocky
scramble
2 months ago

Great trail , petroglyphs dog friendly on leash only :)

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