Panorama of Grand Gulch from the canyon floor, where it's joined by Sheiks Canyon
The eponymous Green Mask pictograph
Strange mud swirls in a semi-subterranean Anasazi room at Green Mask, plastered on the sooted back wall. What are they covering?
Overview of the semi-subterranean room at Green Mask, with the strange mud swirls
A phenomenal frieze of Basketmaker pictographs at Green Mask Spring
Basketmaker handprints and humanoid, Green Mask
Looking straight up forty feet at the congeries of Archaic rock art on the Green Mask ceiling. These abstract pictographs may be as old as six or seven thousand years.
A cramped, gloomy upper-story room at Green Mask
The ruins in Sheiks Canyon, half a mile in
The exquisitely preserved roof of the room half a mile in in Sheiks Canyon
Looking through the blown-out front wall of the same room, from inside it
Detail of a granary
Panorama from the saddle overlooking Grand Gulch
Mormon tea in bloom
Ruins at Green Mask spring
Sunset from our second campsite. Navajo Mountain in the distance on the left, Mossback Butte in the middle right.