Nampaweap is one of the largest rock art sites in the Arizona strip, near the Grand Canyon Parashant National Monument. There are thousands of images on hundreds of basalt rocks. The estimates on the age of these petroglyphs is around 1,500 years-old. The hike is rather easy, so take your time to explore, as the images are spread across the site along about a 3/4 mile corridor.
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