White Mountain Petroglyphs

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The White Mountain Petroglyphs are a permanent reminder of the ancient people that once lived in Southwest Wyoming. The Plains and Great Basin Native Americans who lived in this area 200-1,000 years ago took to the 300-foot sandstone cliff face of White Mountain to forever tell their stories to future generations. Starting on Chilton Road, take an easy gravel road for just shy of 3 miles to a BLM parking lot with a restroom. From here, it is a 1/2-mile hike to the petroglyph site.