This little-know but impressive gallery is on the north rim of the Grand Canyon, way out in the middle of nowhere. It takes determination to get there but it is well worth the effort.
This is a beautiful, unusual, remote, difficult to find site in Tuckup Canyon, a tributary to Grand Canyon. Images are larger than life and certainly show gods or great ones. The hike is fun and the surrounding area is interesting. It is worth seeking out.
The Tuckup trail follows contors around the north rim of the Grand Canyon, extending for about 50 miles from the Tuweep area. It is a route where you can do extended backpacks and never see another person. Over the years, many hikers walked past the rock art gallery without realizing it was there.