Indian hill is a well-known, but very remote prehistoric Native American California Indian archeological dig site that still contains a wealth of rock art, undiscovered ancient stone tools, Indian arrowheads, grinding stones, yoni fertility sculptures, including Diegueño, Kumeyaay, Yuman cave drawings, painting, pictrographs, petroglyphs.

Extensive archaeological excavations in the 1950s virtually proved Indian Hill has been inhabited by aboriginal California Indians since 4,000 B.C., or at least 6,000 years. The Northern Diegueño and Kumeyaay peoples are believed to have been Indian Hill's most recent inhabitants.


A young woman gives scale to the secret cave entrance of the ancient BLUE SUN CAVE located in Indian Hill, Anza Borrego Desert State Park, Southern California wilderness backcountry.

The secret Indian cave entrance is pictured just above the center of the photo in deep shadow.

Even though this high resolution indigenous California landscape granite rock boulders picture shows the exact location of the Blue Sun Cave, it is far from answering the questions, "How to find the secret Blue Sun Cave?" and "Where is the Blue Sun Cave?" because the Indian Hill rocky landscape all looks the same and the California sun will change the lighting and make the location look completely different.

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