Our original intention when we found out about this granary; was to come across the valley when we visited the Moab Maiden. Had we not gotten a little lost along the way to the maiden; we would have been able to do both in a quick afternoon. However - as we do a lot; we got distracted and ended up on cliffs and ledges that weren't 'on the route ..'
probably the coolest part about having to break up the 2 trips is that our fat little pug-weiner got to come along with us; because she would have never made it to both places. (above picture, bottom left) when you have four inch legs; your adventures are slow and a little limited. 😆
oh yea, the kids came along as well .. I guess that was cool, too. 😅 we're pretty sure we saw a couple 'ancient pithouses' along the way, too. (above photo, top & bottom right)
you can actually see the trail from the Maiden to the area of the granary & petroglyphs from above. (above picture, top)😐
after we left the granary, we stayed along the base of the cliff until we found a panel of petroglyphs over the Colorado river. awesome bunch of moab fun with ones we love, today. four legged and humans; alike. 😆
(above) she's standing on a cliff edge to get the petroglyph of the river that wrapped all the way around the corner. super awesome. (left middle pic, bottom right) I won't post publicly the exact location; but you can do research for the Maiden then figure it out from there.