The central figure on the panel is a pecked image of a shaman with a tambourine and a mallet in his hands. Above him, there are two pecked linear animals. Also the panel has some single pecked spots and not clear images.
The panel is located at a height of 1.3 m from the foot of the tier on the rocky outcrops of the Devonian sandstone. It is an adjasent panel with the panel 6 and it is located in the rock recess. The sizes of the panel are 0.2 x 0.8 m. It is exposed to the east and has a tilt angle 0º. The panel is damaged by the crumbling of the rock crust in the upper part and weathering. Also there are some local damages by lichens.