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The Horseshoe Gallery in Horseshoe Canyon, Canyonlands National Park, Utah, is a group of panels of Barrier Canyon-style pictographs and petroglyphs, created 3000 years ago by the Archaic Culture in these desert canyons.  The figures depicted are primarily anthropomorphic (people) figures, dogs, and snakes.