The Polychrome Panel is quite interesting. The site has colorful artwork and plenty of it.The site is a little difficult to find. The driving is easily handled (if the roads are dry) by a high-clearance, 4-wheel drive vehicle The hike is a couple hundred yards uphill but not real strenuous.
We need to return because we took pictures in late afternoon as a Thunderstorm approached (the sky darkened considerably) and we needed a reflector to enhance the lighting. Next time we will have one at the site. At many of these darker sites, a reflector is necessary to obtain good photographic results.
The Panel containsseveral areas with pictographs, but only 1 petroglyph panel was found. Extensive exploring was limited because of the incoming thunderstorm.
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