r Located in the remote northwest corner of the San Rafael Swell, these two rock towers are named after two cowboys who roamed the area in the late 1880s. Sid and Charley Swasey and their brothers Rod and Joe were all over the San Rafael Swell and features all over the area are named for them. In our modern age, it is an immense and beautiful place to visit. But to think about the exploits the Swasey brothers had on horseback is really amazing.rWith spring coming, it is a good time to think about a one-day trip or a camping trip to the San Rafael Swell. Late March through early June is a pleasant time to travel before the high desert gets too hot. The following suggestions are all accessible by conventional automobile from Price and Utah Highway 10: The Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry is an interesting place to visit with the kids. Another interesting place to visit is Buckhorn Wash with a dinosaur footprint and prehistoric Indian rock art. One more place is the Wedge Overlook known as Utah’s Little Grand Canyon.