Range Creek has been referred to as the "Secret Canyon." It has been the subject of documentaries on Scientific American, KUED Television and Time Magazine America. Stories have appeared in numerous magazines like National Geographic and Smithsonian.
9-Mile Canyon has been called the longest art gallery in the world. Some of the most famous petroglyphs in the world can be found there.
These canyons were the home of the Fremont Indian culture for over a thousand years. The mysteriously disappeared about 800 years ago, leaving behind innumerable clues to their rich history.
Tucked away in an isolated canyon in Eastern Utah, Range Creek Canyon was virtually unknown to the world for 100 years. In 2003 the owners sold the property to the state of Utah. The canyon is now managed by the University of Utah Museum of Natural History. The San Rafael Swell is filled with mysteries to explore, some that date back thousand of years. Carbon Recreation has been doing tours in 9-Mile Canyon and the San Rafael Swell for 27 years and initiated tours in Range Creek Canyon 13 years ago. You will travel in air conditioned vehicles from Price. Layne Miller and or Juanita McEvoy will be your guides on this remarkable journey through time. Together they have over 30 years of guiding experience. Their many stories add significantly to your experience. Tour dates are listed below. For more information or to book a tour call our office at 435-636-3702.