Loveland, Colorado: Peter Toth Indian Carving (Gone)

"Redman" was one of over 70 tree trunks -- scattered across the country -- that were carved by one man into big, skinny, Indian heads. Unveiled in 1979, the wood eventually rotted, and Redman was taken down in December 2022.

Off U.S. 34 about 5 miles west of Loveland. Private property - Visible From Street.

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Peter Toth sculpture.

Peter Toth Indian Carving

I had little interest in seeing this at first, but it's really pretty impressive. I wished I could get up close to see the details but there's a sign that says "No trespassing without permission," and I saw nowhere to ask for permission.

It kinda sneaks up on you as you drive on Hwy 34. It's massive. I'd like to see the other 69 Peter Toth Indians!

[Mallory Billings, 03/11/2015]
Toth's Colorado Redman Preserved

One of Loveland, CO's most famous landmarks, "Redman," is getting a new coat of face-saving preservative, according to the Denver Post.


[06/24/2001] Complete News Story

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