Southern Nevada is not known for its elaborate pictograph sites, but we do have a few really nice sites. One of those is Brownstone Canyon which is pictured on this website, and another is Piute Shelter aka Super Cave.
Piute Shelter has a couple of different names, one of them being “Super Cave” and another being the name of an historic well located not too far away. I called it “Piute Shelter” because it is located in the general Piute Valley area in southern Nevada. Giving it this name is also appropriate because the Paiutes along with the Mojave and the Chemehuevi used the corridors in this area for travel and trade. Starting in the 1770’s the Spanish traveled through the area using the same trails and then later came the white explorers and settlers.