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04-2016 Desert Rock Art

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This page last updated on 06/12/2017

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(Fig. 04-01)
Picture Notes: This amazing pictograph was taken at the Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District, a sensitive rock art site under the preview of the BLM.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District

(Fig. 04-02)
Picture Notes: The site in the Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District is probably without doubt the most amazing pictograph site I have ever visited in the entire state.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District

(Fig. 04-03)
Picture Notes: In addition to pictographs, the Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District contains many complex petroglyphs that defy description or explanation  
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District

(Fig. 04-04)
Picture Notes: More of the outstanding pictographs found at Brownstone Canyon.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District


(Fig. 04-05)
Picture Notes: Containing 318 recorded rock art panels and 1,200 plus images, the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area is one of the most significant cultural resources in Nevada.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Sloan Canyon Petroglyph Site

(Fig. 04-06)
Picture Notes: Though abstract motifs account for about 89 percent of the motifs at Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, many contain easily identifiable elements such as these.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Sloan Canyon Petroglyph Site

(Fig. 04-07)
Picture Notes: This pictroglyph shows what appears to be a man riding a horse.   
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Sloan Canyon Petroglyph Site

(Fig. 04-08)
Picture Notes: There are three locations containing petroglyphs at the Hike Spring sites. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Hiko Spring near Laughlin, NV



(Fig. 04-09)
Picture Notes: There are three locations containing petroglyphs at the Hike Spring sites. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Kraft Mountain Loop Trail




(Fig. 04-10)
Picture Notes: There are three locations containing petroglyphs at the Hike Spring sites. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Falling Man Site - Gold Butte


(Fig. 04-11)
Picture Notes: There are three locations containing petroglyphs at the Hike Spring sites. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ...Falling Man Site - Gold Butte


(Fig. 04-12)
Picture Notes: There are three locations containing petroglyphs at the Hike Spring sites. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Falling Man Site - Gold Butte


(Fig. 04-13)
Picture Notes: Most of the rock art elements at Hiko Spring site are very abstract. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Hiko Spring near Laughlin, NV

(Fig. 04-14)
Picture Notes: The Yellow Plug Site is located behind the town of Goodsprings, Nevada. 
For pictures and a description of this hike go to ... Yellow Plug Rock Art Site