Denis Julien Inscription (Grand County, Utah)

Denis Julien Inscription (Grand County, Utah)

Julien, Denis, Inscription
Nearest city: Moab, Utah
Coordinates: 38°33′49″N 109°59′2″W / 38.56361°N 109.98389°WCoordinates: 38°33′49″N 109°59′2″W / 38.56361°N 109.98389°W
Area: less than one acre
Built: 1836
Governing body: Federal
NRHP Reference#: 91000617
Added to NRHP: May 23, 1991

The Denis Julien Inscription is an incised carving on a rock face in a side canyon of the Green River in Canyonlands National Park in Utah. The site is about 750 feet (230 m) to the east of the Green River in , at the top of a talus slope. The inscription was left by trapper Denis Julien in 1836, when he was one of the few Europeans in southern Utah. The panel reads:

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