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This is one of the easier to visit petroglyph sites. There are many rocks with glyphs carved into them. And the nearby grimes point cave are worth seeing. However, to see the best one you must go with the local museum. They have free tours...More
Fallon was our first Nevada stop on our Highway 50 crossing. Of the many sights, I chose Grimes for it’s easy access.
The shady ‘Visitor Center’ was full of detail about the formation of the Great Basin and of the historical settlements.
A short, easy...More
I enjoyed the morning walking around the area. But What can you really say about petroglyphs in the desert. You have to enjoy this kind of beauty in nature.
Of course selfish idiots with graffiti and trying to break things apart to get a souvenir...More
We were just looking for a place to take a break in our drive across Nevada, but we got so much more. Standing in front of petroglyphs carved by people living a stone-age existence, looking out across a desert that was for them a great...More
Great tour for people who love Native American history or archaeological sites. Being preserved for future generations to see petroglyphs, and tools from an era gone by.
Nice moderate hike, short distance but rocky and hot in the summer. Picnic area and restrooms available.
There are a few petroglyphs left. It is worth seeing once. I remember as a kid seeing this place and it seemed like there were many more. Of course that was 50 years ago. Hwy 50 is a long highway so a few minutes just...More
Have been going to Grimes Point over the past 40 years. There are a few petroglyph that are just great. There is a lot to learn from this gem in the desert and it it is close by. Unfortunately, over the years, vandals have chipped...More
This was the first time we have had the opportunity to view petroglyphs of any kind and it was worth the drive to see them. We didn't walk the whole trail, but even for those that are not very phyiscally fit, you don't have to...More