"Tufa Rocks"

Located near a hot spring and natural mountain pass is this cluster of tufa-encrusted boulders. It is speculated that this area was long used as a camp while following migratory animals, likely as long as the region has been inhabited and as recently as the last thousand years. Of particular interest is a large boulder formation that is believed to have been used as a makeshift shelter or hunting blind. Only faint petroglyphs can be found today; most notably of what appear to be stick figures (though it's difficult to discern if these dates to Native habitation or more recent times).