• From Alstrom Point you can see Gunsight Butte, Padre Bay, and Navajo Mountain

    Glen Canyon

    National Recreation Area AZ,UT


Native American Heritage

Breana Alix Bitsinnie - Native American Youth

Preserve Your Heritage

"At the beginning of the 21st century, we are at a peak of human power, wealth and information... We need to look back at our wonderful natural and human heritage, and cherish and protect the abundant values to be found there... We need to look ahead to be certain that our actions of today will make the world a better and richer and more varied place for our grandchildren and their grandchildren."

- Robert Bateman

Your history may lie within this park. You may find it etched onto walls or perched on the edge of a cliff. It may be a wagon at Lees Ferry, a Mormon rancher's house, a Spanish inscription, or a Native American pueblo.

Without a strong connection to its heritage, a society can have no clear direction. Heritage is the story of a society's journey through time. The heritage of many people is embedded into this landscape and is in danger of being lost.

Vandalism at Iceberg Granary
Vandalism at Iceberg Granary.

It is unfortunate, but over the last 30 years some cultural sites around Lake Powell have sustained irreparable damage from vandalism, graffiti, and theft.

When sites like this are damaged, the cultural heritage of people alive today is lost forever. The stories of those who passed through here are destroyed and their descendants lose a piece of their identity.


Help Preserve Your Heritage

Your Heritage

Report Vandalism to Any Park Visitor Center, or by Calling 928-608-6200

Did You Know?

Live to Play Another Day - BE SAFE!

Look out below! Watch for underwater hazards. The lake level changes daily and seasonally. Only Lake Powell's main channel is marked with navigational aids.