The Wolfman Panel is a well known petroglyph panel along lower Butler Wash, on the backside of Comb Ridge in southeastern Utah. This site was somewhat secret until several books were published with its location. Recently the BLM has taken steps to provide more visibility and protection to the site, so I felt publishing here was appropriate.
The cliff has exposure and narrow ledges. Take caution when descending to the site. During the middle of the day and into the late afternoon, there is no shade. Be prepared to get hot.
The hike starts from the trailhead off the Butler Wash road. Follow the closed road down towards the cliff edge. Halfway to the edge of the cliff you'll see another sign, like at the parking area, warning not to drive down the old road. The road trace ends at a ledge; follow the foot path down to the true edge of the cliff. Head left (downcanyon) and the edge will begin to slop downwards. There is one large boulder that forces you to squeeze through a narrow passage, followed by a three foot drop. Beyond this, there is no major technical challenge to this hike, and even moderate sized dogs are able to complete it.
After descending the drop, continue along the ledge to the alcove that is visible at the bend in the canyon. The petroglyphs start just past the alcove. These petroglyphs have lasted, in some cases, literally thousands of years, but modern humans have seen fit to blast away with a rifle. Please don't make matters worse - look with your eyes, not with your hands. When you have finished enjoying the ancient artwork, return to your vehicle via the route you came.
None. Bring your own.
You can camp at the trailhead or on the slickrock nearby, but better camping sites are available further down Butler Wash road. - Sep 06 2010 Rob del Desierto