The Old Woman Mountains are located in the southeastern part of California. Within the mountains is a large granite outcropping containing a shelter / cave known as the “Old Woman Cave”.
The shelter contains pictographs and is about 20' above ground level, about 9' long, by 5' deep, by 4' high at the entrance. The rock art in the shelter can be easily seen from ground level as you walk around the dome. From what I was able to ascertain the Chemehuevi used the area and probably created the pictographs and petroglyphs.
You would expect this section of the Mojave desert to be managed by the BLM or NPS, but instead it is managed by the “Native American Land Conservancy” http://nalc4all.com an agency created to, as per their website "Our mission is to acquire, preserve and protect Native American sacred lands through protective land management, educational programs, and scientific study".
At the time we visited the site we drove all the way into a parking area especially created for this section of the Old Woman Mts. It is a well-maintained area with signs explaining the area and trails. This is a beautiful section of the mountains so please treat it with respect.