Information about the petroglyphs in the area.
An impressive panel.
Sheep, shaman, water, necklace, other abstracts.
David called this Santa Claus. I think he's on to something.
Some of the glyphs were along this rock.
Another Santa and lots of human figures.
Jewelry - necklace.
This is what the area looked like.
Several big panels in this area.
Lots of panels and large human figures in here.
Wide shot of the rock outcrop with most of the glyphs.
The large lizard glyph from a distance. It's about 2 feet across.
Flute player/kokopelli figure. Another large one.
Lizard in there.
Lizard panel - there are a lot of them in there, not just the really obvious one.
Look at all the lizards!
Close up of the kokopelli. My favorite glyph.
It's a really beautiful area.
Panel after panel of glyphs in here.
An idea of the scale - that's a big lizard!
Oooga booga. And Santa.
After exploring the glyphs we wanted to see some of the geology of the area so we hiked the short (~3 mi) Sounds of Silence trail.
Along the Sounds of Silence Trail
Views from the Sounds of Silence trail