Petroglyphs were found in 7,5 km to the East from the road of Kopa - Konshengel, in 22 km to the North-East from village of Karabastau in 30 m to the North from the field road.
Petroglyphs were represented on a rocky southern slope of a hill at the big rocks with the southern exposition covered with a patina. There are about 100 images were revealed in total. Images of animals are prevailing.
The figures of argali, goats, horses, deer and a dog of the Early Iron Age were marked out on rocks. By the style of images and technique of knockout it is possible to attribute images of hoofed animals to the Bronze Age: bulls and goats. Some of petroglyphs quite hard able to be recognized because of bad safety.
Sizes and style of making of drawings was various and knockout is superficial. A variety of styles of rock art drawings of the Early Iron Age attracts attention. The petroglyphs of this period belong to different stages, from the Early Saka images (the first half of the 1-st millennium BC) and till schematical drawings of the middle of the 1-st millennium AD. Definition of dating of many petroglyphs now is lost because of numerous renewals. Some images and multifigured scenes of the Bronze Age were renewed and partially changed in late time. Many of petroglyphs of Saka time were renewed also.
It is rather difficult to define exact time of renewals. Probably, petroglyphs were renewed in the Early Period of the Middle Ages. It is indicated by depth of knockout and some stylistic changes made to ancient drawings. This congestion or site of rock art had tp be planned to investigate in more detail.