Nine Mile Canyon Photo Gallery


Photos of the scenery of the canyon are followed by a small sample of the rock art, two photos of Fremont ruins and three of abandoned 17th century buildings, two photos of Nine Mile Ranch, and photos of the trucking in Nine Mile Canyon that indicated the requirement to preserve the history and sacred places of the Fremont and Hopi cultures.  In the fourth photo, author Bobby McEnaney notes the canyon's original name of Nine Mile Creek.  Select a tile to view its photo, View Photos for an auto-show;
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Welcome sign  Information sign  Nine Mile road  Aerial view  Rugged canyon beauty Nine Mile Canyon  Balance rock  Nine Mile Canyon Backway  The Great Hunt  the Family Panel the Mummy Rock Petroglyphs  Dusty Petroglyphs  Ute Bison Petroglyph  Stone shelter at Redman Village  Fremont watch tower Harper stage coach stop  Harper barns  farm house  Nine Mile Ranch  Bunk house Truck in Nine Mile Canyon  Natural gas compressor station  Dusty Nine Mile Canyon  Truck in Nine Mile Canyon  Trucks and Petroglyphs in Nine Mile Canyon