Explore the Arborglyphs of the La Sal Mountains with the Museum of Moab and the Canyonlands Field Institute on August 17th. Created by Cowboys, Shepherds, Mexican and Basque Immigrants the writings carved into the sides of the Quaking Aspen tell the story of ranching on the La Sals and the people who made their lives in the glades and meadows of the mountains. Join with us as guide Lloyd Holyoak life long Moab resident whose family has run cattle on the La Sals for over 100 years. Space is limited and lunch will be provided. Save your spot today. The trip is $20 a person. Prepay before August 17th to reserve your spot and join us on this exciting mountain adventure.
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Read more about arborglyphs in this short article by the US Forest Service.
- Where: Museum of Moab
- When: August 17, 2013
- Cost: $20