A little tiny dot on the map on the west side of Sedona has a great little stop. The site has petroglyph along a rock face, a small shelter built on to the cliff face and a cliff dwelling. If you have purchased a Red Rock Pass, it works here too. (Seriously, $15 a week good for about everything that charges to get in. A tourist can’t beat this). They close at 3:00pm. The gateman will let you out after 3:00.
The road in is graciously called “Primitive”. Gravel roads have..Gravel. This has mud, gravel and rock. A car will make the trip. But even in a SUV,is not smooth. One more thing..
Yes, the sign is correct. And they don’t look both ways before they cross..
But we are here for petroglyph and other things. Of course, I missed the last tour to the cliff dwelling. The petroglyph come with a guide. You check in at a house at the bottom of the hill. They animus announce your presence. And you walk about a 1/4 mile.
Don’t touch the artifacts they are heavily guarded!
The story boards include long time favorites like Kokopelli, zigzag lines, and a creation myth.