2015 Archaeo Weekend- Clark Lake Petroglyphs

Sunday, April 12, 2015 - 8:30am to 1:00pm

Leader: Chuck Bennett, CDAS Volunteer

This is a moderate hike of approximately 3 miles round trip to visit the Clark Lake Petroglyph Site.The hike across the desert floor crosses the braided wash system which flows out of Rockhouse Canyon.  The petroglyphs are associated with the Cahuilla People and were pecked into the heavy desert-varnished boulders at the north end of Clark Lake. The trip will depart from the Pegleg Monument at 8:30 AM and will return by 12:30-1:00 PM. 4WD is necessary for this trip.

Limited to 15 people.

Difficulty: The hike is a moderate 2.5 - 3 miles round trip.
Bring:  Water, sun protection and a snack and wear comfortable hiking shoes
Meet:  Pegleg Monument (junction of S22 and Henderson Canyon Rd.)
4WD is required. Carpooling will be encouraged.