Parowan Valley

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Fremont culture petroglyphs in Parowan Gap

Parowan Valley, originally known as the Little Salt Lake Valley, is a basin in Iron County, Utah, United States.[1]


Its lowest point is at 5,695 feet (1,736 m) in the Little Salt Lake.

Fremont Wash, Red Creek, Parowan Creek and other tributaries all drain into the Little Salt Lake. In times that the lake overflows it is drained through the Parowan Gap that passes through the Red Hills into Jackrabbit Wash, in Cedar Valley.[1]

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Coordinates: 37°56′28″N 112°48′14″W / 37.94111°N 112.80389°W / 37.94111; -112.80389