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Easy trail zigzags uphill to actual petroglyph site. Trail shows lack of funding for upkeep but visitors respectful and protective. Quite a few petroglyphs and viewpoint of surrounding mountains and valleys replaces hustle and bustle of city. Family members of all ages from sturdy 3-4...More
To visit and walk amongst such rich history in a beautiful national park is truly hard to describe. Each rendering was different and made you feel closer to nature and the original land owners who walked the territories before us. My small camera did not...More
This is a great hike, especially with littles in tow. It's a gradual incline up to the ridge and it's a well beaten path, easy footwork. Kids like this hike because it's long enough to feel like you hiked but not too long that it's...More
Went to top and bottom led by guides on May 12. Enjoyed taking pictures and videos. Start as early as possible at the walk along the top since there is absolutely no shade but normally some wind. Enjoyed taking pictures of the small lizard eating...More
There are a couple trail heads to access these rock art panels. Much of the peyrogyphs are clustered together just below the upper rim trail. Look for where walked off the main trail or simply look for where people are taking pictures. The panels are...More
Not exactly easy to find, the turn off to the site looks like a private driveway but isn't. Its a great loop hike, with a steady climb from the parking lot to where the ruins and petroglyphs are. we had a mild day, but in...More