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A nice walk thru the forest to a small pool with a very small area for a couple of small petroglyphs. Been to many other locations with really neat ones- especially in Albuquerque. Do this only if you want a nice walk with well marked...More
This was a relatively flat hike through a pine forest that brings you to a series of petroglyphs on a rock wall. We were there in the dry season, so no water running over the top of the cliff; however, this made it easier to...More
We had a lovely drive from Williams, Arizona and a beautiful walk through the forest. Even deer came up to us. We spent a lot of time in the forest in the end.
We got to the Key Hole Sink but as we approached the...More
Vacationer beware! My family and I stayed in the Deerview cabin. Holy Moly!!! The beds were very uncomfortable and were made poorly. The beds had ripped sheets and outdated bedding. The bathroom had mold and the trim was falling apart.
We decided to eat at...More
As many have pointed out, the "Kaibab Petroglyphs" are actually located at the end of the Keyhole Sink Trail across from Oak Hill snow play parking lot on the Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest. This is about 4 miles west of the...More
I have been here several times but was thrown off by Trip Advisor labeling it as Kaibab Petroglyphs. I have always know it to be called "Keyhole Sink" . This sink is at the end of a 1 mile, flat trail through the forest. In...More
You can park at the Oak Hill Snowplay Area and walk across the 66 where you will find the closed, but not locked green gate (see my pics).
You will need to hike 1 mile in (about 20 mins). It's an easy hike. Our 10...More
First off, the map and location for this listing is incorrect. use the Forest Service websites directions to get you to the location. Unfortunately, it looks like a couple of reviewers used the TripAdvisor listing information and ended up in downtown Williams. On the Forest...More
Finding this place was tricky--Google has no idea where it's at. A nice trail through the woods, ends in a neat small canyon with petroglyphs. One has to be impressed these unprotected relics are still visible after so many years--you'll find more info online about...More