A complex of engravings in volcanic rock covering an area of 5km2, on a sloping plane in the Dead Bull ravine (Toro Muerto), at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level. The carvings include human figures, geometric shapes, and animals including snakes and birds. Archaeologists believe it was a site for shamanic rituals. In the surrounding area you can find caves with similar engravings on their walls.

Location Access
Province:Castilla
Distance:
Time:
23 kilometers from
the city of Aplao
30 minutes from
Aplao
8 kilometers from
Uraca-Corire
13 minutes from
Uraca-Corire
District:Uraca
Locality
Reference:
N/A
Site Details
Entrance Fee:
Opening Hours:
Museum & Other Services:
Adults S/.3:00
Students
S/.0.50
Monday to Sunday
6:00 – 18:00
Information booth and
a model of the site