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Description: Whychus Crossing consists of six pictograph panels with red pictographs showing ovoids and dots, other geometric figures, and anthropomorphs (including figures on horseback). Because some of the images are a bit faded, DStretch cameras may help capture the best views.
Access: The trip is MODERATE for vehicle access and EASY for walking access. All wheel drive vehicles with at least moderate clearance are needed for this trip. The primitive, unmaintained county road is steep, rough, heavily rutted and badly eroded in several places. Large cobbles and sections of exposed bedrock in the road necessitate care in accessing this site. It is approximately a six mile drive over this rough road and then a 300 yard easy hike from the parked vehicles to the site.