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Keyhole Sink Trail Professional Review and Guide
"A very easy trail to a unique petroglyph site near Sitgreaves Mountain. The signed trail (which is not shown on the topographic map) starts on the north side of the road at a gate. It descends very gradually through open ponderosa pine forest and small meadows. The trail then turns northeast and passes a small stand of aspen before ending in a box canyon. A rail fence, interpretive sign, and visitor’s register mark the spot. The low, colorful volcanic cliffs, the aspens and pine, and the pool of water combine to make this a pleasant spot, especially in the late afternoon sun. Look carefully, and you will find a number of petroglyphs along the base of the wall."
--Bruce Grubbs, Hiking Northern Arizona (Falcon Guides).
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