|Image Name||Width x Height||Size|
|SIA0486.jpg||640 x 495||86K|
|SIA0486.jpg||1200 x 928||317K|
|SIA0486.jpg||2560 x 1980||904K|
These pictographs are located near the bottom of an eastern wall of Calf Creek canyon. The four large figures are painted in red and are typical of Fremont style and form. The pictographs date to 1000 A.D. or earlier and could represent deities, cultural heros, or they may depict a ceremony or event.