|The pond at El Morro|
|The running water has left mineral deposits on the sandstone|
|Pine tree at the top of the bluff, I love the corrugation effect|
|This looks like small stones piled on large ones|
|The cliff face through the juniper trees|
|This looks like,,,,well you can figure it out|
|Do you see the face?|
|Ruins of a native village at the top of the cliff|
|petroglyphs at the bottom of the cliff|
|Big horn sheep are native to this area|
Some of the above carvings date from before the Pilgrims landed.
The walk to the cliff face is an easy 0.5 mile round trip with some hills. There is also a 3 mile walk to the top of the cliffs.