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White River Narrows Archeological District
Ash Hill Site
Ash Hill Site
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Ash Hill Site

Overview

The White River Narrows Archeological District is an area of outstanding rock art that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There on one major site (Amphitheater) and four minor sites (Calendar Fence, Martian Home, Cane Site A, and Ash Hill) in this area.

Ash Hill Site is a small site composed of petroglyphs carved into an unvarnished cliff. The petroglyphs here are entirely abstract, the main glyph of which is a long line of dots.

The BLM and Lincoln County opened this area to the public. The BLM printed a single-sheet flier, and Lincoln County printed a 55-page brochure with information about the site (including GPS coordinates) as part of their Get Primitive tourism campaign. Download the brochure from Lincoln County or snatch a copy here.

Ash Hill Site

Location

The White River Narrows Archeological District is located about 131 miles north of Las Vegas along Highway 318. For location details and waypoints, see White River Narrows Archeological District Overview. When driving in from the pavement, Ash Hill Site is about 0.7 miles out and the second site along Wrong-Way Canyon Road.

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