The Ancestral Puebloan petroglyphs of this working cattle ranch in Chevelon Canyon are startlingly vivid after more than 1,000 years. Ranch owner Brantly Baird will guide you along the 0.25-mile trail, explaining Western and archaeological history. It's mostly easy walking, except for the climb in and out of Chevelon Canyon, where there are handrails. Baird houses his Native American artifacts and pioneer farming implements in his own private museum. It's out of the way
and on a dirt road, but you'll see some of the best rock art in northern Arizona. Reservations are required.
Off AZ 87, 13 miles southeast of Winslow, Winslow, Arizona, United States