Petroglyph Canyon | Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada

Petroglyph Canyon | Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area, Nevada

With over 300 rock art panels containing 1,700 design elements, Petroglyph Canyon is the showcase of the Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area. The main area of the Petroglyph Gallery begins after ascending 3 dry waterfalls on the Petroglyph Trail just beyond the lower connection with the Cowboy Trail. Curiously, there is a petroglyph that seems to show the figure of a person who fell. It is a pretty huge dry waterfall there and you could easily fall! 6 mi RT; **Canyon Wash Trail** Click image or title above for more…

Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area Overview

Trail Map Handout Hiking Restrictions Sloan Canyon National Conservation Area | Wilderness Windows Overview (Click Through to Individual Trails and Wilderness Routes Below) (Mileage Below is Round Trip. Altitude and Mileage are Approximate) Area Map Petroglyph Research North McCullough Wilderness 25 mi **Paved and Unpaved Roads on Loop** Petroglyph Canyon 6 mi **Canyon Wash Trail** […]