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Fate Bell's Shelter/Canyon Walking Tour

For the month of September, please note the different dates and times: September 1st to September 14th the Park will only offer the 10am tour, Wednesday through Sunday. After September 14th, we start are two tours Wednesday through Sunday, 10am and then again at 3pm No access at anytime into the canyon without being a participate on the guided tour.
10:00a to 11:30a
Sat, September 18, 2021
Tanya Petruney
(432) 292-4464

For the month of September, please note the different dates and times: September 1st to September 14th the Park will only offer the 10am tour, Wednesday through Sunday. After September 14th, we start are two tours Wednesday through Sunday, 10am and then again at 3pm No access at anytime into the canyon without being a participate on the guided tour.

Do I need a guide to see the pictographs and why? Yes. The park provides an approved guide (either staff or docent) that leads the group of participants down into the canyon to view the pictographs. This is for your safety and protection of the park's natural and cultural resources.

What should I expect when I come to the park and the tour? Park visitors wishing to to go the guided tour should arrive about 20-30 minutes before the tour. This allows you plenty of time to pay for any fees (entry/camping/tour), go through our exhibits, and get ready for the tour.

Are reservations needed for Fate Bell's Shelter tour? This is a regularly scheduled guided tour for Wednesday through Sunday, starting in September to end of May, the park offers a morning (10am) and afternoon tour (3pm). You may prepay for your tour tickets by clicking on this link.

Tour fee: Children underthe age of 4 are free, children ages 5-12 are $5.00 and ages 13-adult are $8.00. Payable by cash, personal check, and/or credit card at time of tour.

*Please note: there is a separate park entry fee.

How long is the tour? This tour usually is about 90 minutes in time and 1.5 miles in length. We suggest the use of our bathroom facilities before the tour. 

Who can participate in the tour? Almost anyone. Participants should be in reasonably good health and physically able to walk down and up steep staircases. Guides will move at a comfortable pace and the group stays together.

What if I miss the tour? Guides cannot hold the group/tour to wait for late arrivals, if you arrive late you will not be able to join the tour.

What should I bring and wear? You will need drinking water, camera, batteries, and personal medications. During extreme hot temperatures visitors have  found that silver-lined/sunbrellas umbrellas help provide mobile shade.                                                                                                                             

Clothing: Dress for the weather and seasons, long sleeved shirts/long pants in the summer helps shield the skin from the sun. Shoes: closed-toed shoes/sandals with good traction (hiking boots and athletic shoes).

When are tours cancelled and do they get rescheduled? Rapid changing and unpredictable weather is the major factor in the decision to cancel a tour, which include: extreme hot temperatures (98.F+), rain/wet conditions, lightning or other declared hazardous conditions. In the event of a cancellation, the tours are not rescheduled.

CHILDREN MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT/ADULT

WHILE ON TOUR: THERE IS NO SMOKING (this includes e-cigarettes), NO EATING OF FOOD AND NO PETS ALLOWED

**School groups must contact the park prior to park arrival.**

 

A tour group within the shelter.

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