Picture Rock Pass petroglyphs
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Picture Rock Pass petroglyphs

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Picture Rock Pass is a small pass on Highway 31 near Summer Lake, Oregon.  It is named after the few faint petroglyphs visible on the basalt boulders just south of the highway.  It is uncertain of the age or meaning of the images.  Other petroglyphs can be found in the area.

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