Petroglyph Beach is a State Historic Site with a collection of petroglyphs carved by Tlingit Native Alaskans. At low tide, the site reveals a series of 40 different rock sketches overlooking the Stikine River and Zimovia Straits.
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- Tongass National Geographic Magazine MM7258