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Petroglyphs, V-Bar-V Heritage Site, Arizona

V-Bar-V Heritage Site
This is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley, as well as being one Rock Art at V-V Heritage Site of the best-preserved. Acquired by the Coconino National Forest in 1994, the site is protected and kept open to the visiting public for their enjoyment and opportunity to learn more about our national cultural heritage. As partners in this effort, both the Verde Valley Archaeological Society and the Friends of the Forest provide interpretive tours and on-site management. The Red Rock Pass program provides funding for the protection, enhanced amenities and facility maintenance under authority of the National Recreation Enhancement Act of 2005. This website is intended to provide the potential visitor with background information about the site and its rock art. [more info]

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Date: 07.23.2011
Temp: 103°
Elevation: 3250 ft

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