A must see for those interested in high desert prehistory and the Fremont Indian culture. For nearly 1,200 years, ancient cultures have left their paintings and etchings carved upon the stone walls of Nine Mile.
Featuring displays of Early Settlers, Fremont & Ute Indian artifacts, blacksmith display, barbershop, country store, 1890s/1900s ladies fashions, one room schoolroom, Gilsonite exhibit, old rifles, saddles, tack and leather, & much more.
About 1,000 years ago, the Fremont People lived in this area and left evidence of their presence in the form of petroglyphs and pictographs. Several areas in the monument allow visitors to easily access these designs and ponder the mystery of why they wer