Find us on Google+

Denis Julien Inscription (San Juan County, Utah)

View on map:38.154440°N 109.925560°W


Denis Julien Inscription (San Juan County, Utah) is located in Utah

The Denis Julien Inscription is a rock-carved graffito purportedly left by French- American trapper Denis Julien in southern Utah when he was traveling in the area in the late 1830s or early 1840s, one of the first Europeans to enter the area. The inscription is within the boundaries of Canyonlands National Park, on the bank of the Colorado River. The inscription reads:


All text is available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License
Average user rating: Not rated

Click on a star to rate

Do you have a form that you would like to turn into an application?

Please share your ideas with us.

Contact us...