Can you see ancient petroglyphs in Wyoming?

Can you see ancient petroglyphs in Wyoming? At a remote site north of Rock Springs, you can drive out and see rock carvings that are 100’s if not 1000’s of years old. The petroglyphs at White Mountain are a bit of a drive but are worth it if you’re into ancient artwork. Depending on the time of year, it may be impossible to access the location due to snow or muddy roads. There are baby animals depicted as well as women in the carvings. It’s well worth a look. However, please do not disturb the site at all, as it’s irreplaceable and has already suffered damage by modern people feeling the need to leave their scratches in the sandstone.

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