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White Mountain Petroglyphs

Us 191, Rock Springs, WY 82901
+1 307-382-2538
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We took the risk to see these petroglyphs which included driving a little long, off-beaten dirt... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
seholm
Still in amazingly good condition

My father-in-law lives nearby and had always talked about showing me this area. It's a good little... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2017
Dan D
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Cedar Rapids, United States
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These incised petroglyphs were carved by the ancestors of present Plains and Great Basin Native American People. They include drawings of elk, buffalo, horses, teepes and several kinds of human figures.
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“dirt road” (4 reviews)
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Us 191, Rock Springs, WY 82901
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We took the risk to see these petroglyphs which included driving a little long, off-beaten dirt road path (see other visitor's recommendations about precautions with this kind of travel-we had a 4-door sedan and didn't have any problems, but it was summer and the road...More

Thank seholm
Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile

My father-in-law lives nearby and had always talked about showing me this area. It's a good little drive out in the middle of nowhere but very beautiful once you arrive. We climbed around for hours and it seemed would never see them all in one...More

Thank Dan D
Reviewed 14 March 2017

You're looking at ancient petroglyphs in a stunning setting. Catch them on a sunny, clear day with our deep blue skies and the contrast between buff sandstone, green junipers and blue sky is breathtaking. Decent dirt roads lead to the parking area with a handy,...More

Thank Anne Marie F
Reviewed 7 January 2017

I can't believe my husband and father followed my vague directions to drive into the desert, but I'm glad they did! It was a cool and foggy day in Oct. 2015 when we went, but the roads were still drive-able in a small rental sedan....More

1  Thank Tarzan_Jane4
Reviewed 30 December 2016

We were on holiday from Scotland Seeing the history of the wild west first hand was awesome. Some of the Petroglyphs are faded (some new ones also) but it didn't detract from a great place to visit Roads there were gravel and sand and a...More

Thank pkinn0
Reviewed 6 October 2016

This is great to see by itself or paired with the massive Boars Tusk. The Petroglyphs are fading a bit, but after a short hike up to the rocky mounds, you will still be able to see many of what is left. We all went...More

Thank magicmomentfamily
Reviewed 30 September 2016 via mobile

Worth the drive. Walk about a quarter mile from the parking area. Restroom at parking area. Quite a few petroglyphs, and unfortunately, graffiti from stupid people.

1  Thank Mary W
Reviewed 1 September 2016

I read all the reviews here about vandalism to the petroglyphs prior to visiting, and they were right. That being said, I found the trip worthwhile. County Road 17 seems to have been recently graded: any car could make this drip in dry conditions. Be...More

1  Thank VespagirL55
Reviewed 31 July 2016

beautiful... one of the highlights of my trip... even though it took me some time to find it as I am directionally challenged :P

1  Thank dodielarsen
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

Had a great time visiting the white mountain petroglyphs in Wyoming. The drive is easy, dirt roads that are pretty smooth. The 1/4 mile walk was very easy. There are several benches along the path if you need to take a break. The Petroglyphs were...More

Thank Steven B
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Response from Mary W | Reviewed this property |
We didn't. We drove a 3/4 ton cargo van. No problems
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