Arizona’s Sinagua Petroglyphs Inspire Wonder

V-Bar-V Heritage Site is the largest known petroglyph site in the Verde Valley of central Arizona, and one of the best-preserved. The rock art was created by the Sinagua people between the 12th -14th centuries, and it is a catalyst for connecting with their ancient culture, as well as inspiring awe and an awakening about our relationship with the dimension of time. The 1,032 petroglyphs on 13 panels are sure to fire the imagination of any armchair archaeologist or spiritual seeker.

Arizona’s Sinagua Petroglyphs Inspire Wonder