2.7 miles
173 feet

dogs on leash

kid friendly



historic site

Sunday, July 16, 2017

The sights are very cool as on one side you got a nice view of the valley and town and on the other, a natural canvas with tons of stunning imagery from an unknown Native American artist. There are a lot of rocks and the trail is winding with a lot of little crevices that hide critters, so keep an eye out for the unfriendly type. The trail is not maintained but is worn down enough from years of hikers going through that its easy to stay on track. It felt authentic as if you are blazing your own path. The map is inaccurate as the top trail suddenly ends and dips down about a half mile before it says it should. Seeing the petroglyphs is a must as least once, its untold American history, and what more it comes from an ancient artist who is just trying to understand the world and his/her place in it. That or boredom either way go check it out.