The One Nevada Cave That’s Filled With Ancient Mysteries

Caves have a natural allure to virtually everyone. How they were formed and what treasures they may hold naturally pique one’s interest. Toquima Cave, located high on Pete’s Summit inside the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest near Austin, is one such cave. Its claim to fame is its thousands of ancient Native American pictographs and petroglyphs that decorate the stone walls.

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Toquima Cave gives visitors a glimpse back into Native American history and culture. It is important to remember this is a sacred site and, as such, should be treated with the utmost of respect. Have you this amazing site? Please share your experiences below.