This Hidden Trail In Northern California Leads To A Magnificent Archaeological Treasure

It’s no secret that Lava Beds National Monument is a unique geologic wonder. Thousands of visitors come to the park to experience its bizarre landscape. However, not many people are aware of the cultural history behind this fascinating monument. Located just outside of the park is a place where you can view this history with your own eyes. Petroglyph Point is the site of an incredible archaeological treasure. Take this hiking trail to view some truly magnificent gems from thousands of years ago.

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Have you been to Petroglyph Point? If you think this place looks amazing, be sure to check out these 8 Fascinating Archaeological Sites In Northern California.