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Address: 200 West Railroad Ave, Kaibab National Forest, Williams, AZ 86046
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+1 928-635-8200

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Kaibab Petroglyphs are actually Keyhole Sink Petroglyphs.

I have been here several times but was thrown off by Trip Advisor labeling it as Kaibab Petroglyphs. I have always know it to be called "Keyhole Sink" . This sink is at the end... read more

4 of 5 bubblesReviewed 3 December 2016
Flagstaff AZ
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Overland Park, Kansas
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

great view lots of tree and enjoy quiet and relaxing atmosphere. took lots of pictures for great memories to share with our family,

Thank kianam90
Flagstaff, AZ
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago

As many have pointed out, the "Kaibab Petroglyphs" are actually located at the end of the Keyhole Sink Trail across from Oak Hill snow play parking lot on the Williams Ranger District of the Kaibab National Forest. This is about 4 miles west of the Parks in the Pine Country Store on Historic Route 66. In March, Forest Service archaeologists... More 

Thank Neil W
Flagstaff AZ
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 December 2016

I have been here several times but was thrown off by Trip Advisor labeling it as Kaibab Petroglyphs. I have always know it to be called "Keyhole Sink" . This sink is at the end of a 1 mile, flat trail through the forest. In the spring there will be a waterfall into the sink. Good trail to run or... More 

1 Thank Getaway58gypsy
Pasadena, California
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

You can park at the Oak Hill Snowplay Area and walk across the 66 where you will find the closed, but not locked green gate (see my pics). You will need to hike 1 mile in (about 20 mins). It's an easy hike. Our 10 year old had no problem. The path is nicely guided by blue markers (see pics).... More 

1 Thank Normeee
Costa Mesa, California
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315 reviews
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 17 July 2016

First off, the map and location for this listing is incorrect. use the Forest Service websites directions to get you to the location. Unfortunately, it looks like a couple of reviewers used the TripAdvisor listing information and ended up in downtown Williams. On the Forest Service website (www.fs.usda.gov) search for Keyhole Sink Trail. Directions can be found there. If you're... More 

2 Thank Paul S
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 10 September 2015

Finding this place was tricky--Google has no idea where it's at. A nice trail through the woods, ends in a neat small canyon with petroglyphs. One has to be impressed these unprotected relics are still visible after so many years--you'll find more info online about recent vandalism and restoration. Please respect the sanctity when you find this treasure. Accurate directions... More 

6 Thank Jim M
Tucson, Arizona
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 28 June 2015

It was an easy hike even for me. About a mile to the site where the ancients left petoglyphs. The water was very green and slimy and filled with bugs. The symbols were very clear and the pictures we took came out great. Don't expect too much though.

2 Thank Michelle J
Traverse City
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3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 23 June 2015

A short, pleasant hike to a box canyon where you can view the petroglyphs. I am rating it 3 stars as it is (in my opinion) average. The hike, while not unpleasant, wasn't particularly interesting and the petroglyphs were significant from a historic perspective, but I don't know I'd drive an hour to see them as there were only 2... More 

3 Thank JKandAJ
London, United Kingdom
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1 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 21 June 2015 via mobile

There is nothing at the location indicated on the map provided except a few park benches next to the Zipline. If you want to see these I would follow the directions provided by reviewers who reference the need to undertake a short hike to the Keyhole Sink petroglyphs.

Thank ajh8368
Lomita, California
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4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 June 2015

This is a very interesting place to visit. Followed directions to the snow play area, the trail head is right across the street, easy to find. The trail is about 1 mile to the sink and is a pretty easy hike. The trail is well defined and marked with the blue tags for the cross country skiing. When we got... More 

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