My Life is in Ruins – Archaeology Hike – San Tan

San Tan Mountain Regional Park
Out in the desert lies a clue to a prehistoric Arizona, carved into a rock and left untouched for hundreds of years. But what does this symbol mean, and how did it end up in the park? Join us for an exhilarating, archaeological adventure to the mysterious pertoglyph of San Tan. Special guest Gina Gage, of Northland Research, will share stories from the past, and tell you whose life lies in ruins. This hike will be 4 miles round trip. Please wear proper hiking attire and bring plenty of water.
 
Date: 12/3/2011
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM    Duration: 2.5 hours
Speaker: Gina Gage of Northland Research
Registration Required: No    
Fee: $6 vehicle park entry fee
 
More Info: http://maricopa.gov/parks/santan
Contact: (480) 655-5554 ext.201
Location: San Tan Mountain Regional Park 
Address: 6533 W. Phillips Road, Queen Creek, AZ  85142

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