The Mount Irish Archaeological District, located on the eastern flank of the Mount Irish Range, is one of the most important archaeological areas in eastern Nevada. The District covers 640 acres and provides a vista of prehistoric rock art and habitation sites, set in a dramatic landscape of tuff (volcanic ash) knolls and outcrops, alluvial fans, and washes. The District is best known for spectacular rock art that portrays the cultural lives of the Native American peoples who used the area some 4,000 years ago to the nineteenth century. The three largest rock art sites in the District have interpretive trails and a trail guide that is available at visitor register boxes at these sites.
Travel north from Alamo, Nevada 12 miles to the junction of US Highway 93 and US Highway 318. Travel north on US Highway 318 for 3 miles and turn west onto Logan Road. Travel west on Logan Road for 7.5 miles to the Mt. Irish Archeological Site.