Photograph - Original Photography By Glenn Mccarthy
The Hemet Maze Stone road is located in Reinhardt Canyon, a small rural area surrounded by rocky hills and vistas of the San Bernardino Mountains and Hemet Valley.
The roadway itself is closed to vehicle traffic and the elements are working their magic to randomly redesign things to their original state. The pavement is really a foot path to the landmark petroglyph stone. It is an unusual hike to a double chain linked fence protected boulder in the middle of nowhere.
The Hemet Maze Stone is California Historical Landmark No.557.
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Roads and Pathways Collection/
Glenn McCarthy Art and Photography
April 16th, 2019
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