“Located on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge near The Dalles, Columbia Hills State Park is home to a remarkable collection of Native American rock art. It includes the Temani Pesh-wa Trail, a collection of ancient petroglyphs saved from the rising waters of the Dalles Dam, as well as pictographs including the famous “She Who Watches.” The artworks are sacred to the local Native Americans but also open to the public “for the benefit of all people as a tribute to all living and non-living things.”