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Legend Rock Petroglyph Site

Legend Rock Petroglyph site.

Hundreds of Native American drawings adorn the cliff face known as Legend Rock, approximately 30 miles northwest of Thermopolis. The area is managed by the BLM and the State of Wyoming. 

Facilities include an improved access road, a public restroom and picnic tables.

To visit Legend Rock, one will need a key. There are three places to pick up the key:

Directions:
From Thermopolis, take WY 120 north to WY 170. Go west 20 miles to BLM road 1305, then 3 miles west to site.