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Grimes Point Achaeological Area

One of the most significant archaeological sites in the Great Basin.

Grimes Point is located about 10 miles east of Fallon, on the loneliest highway in America, US 50. There are two interpretive trails, Petroglyph Trail and Hidden Cave Trail. Rock art can be seen on both trails.

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GPS reading: N 39 ° 24' 07" W 118° 38' 45"

Educator Resources: Grimes Point PowerPoint 4.5 Mb file.


URARA  How Has Rock Art Faired at a Developed Interpretive Site? by Stephen A. Stoney

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