Hike to Petroglyphs - 100 Trail

This is guided hike led by a BLM interpretive ranger for intermediate-level hikers. We're visiting the Sloan Canyon Petroglyphs via the main canyon route, commonly known as the 100 trail. This route requires hikers negotiate a few large rock shelves on the way. You must be comfortable lifting yourself up an over these features which are up to 10 feet tall. Reservations are limited to the first 20 RSVPs.

We're entering a special management area in the McCullough Wilderness, so apologies but no dogs or other domesticated animals are allowed on this excursion. To reserve your spot email Park Ranger Jim Flook at dflook@blm.gov or call 702-515-5352.

Length: 4 miles round trip
Difficulty: Moderate
Pets: Sorry, pets are not allowed in the Petroglyph Management Area

Hiking Terrain: Sandy wash, elevation gain (upright walking) through rocky terrain.
Recommended Gear: Closed-toe shoes, 2 liters or 64 ounces of water, sunglasses, sunscreen, hats, gloves, snack and a day pack.

WHEN
December 16, 2017 at 8:30am - 12:30pm
WHERE
Sloan Visitor Contact Station
1000 Nawghaw Poa Rd
Henderson, NV 89044
United States
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Jim Flook · · 702-515-5352

Will you come?