One Of The Oddest Geological Wonders Is Located Right Here In New Jersey
By Kristen|Published April 30, 2017
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New Jersey has a lovely landscape, but lacks the striking rock formations of states out west like Utah. We may not have hoodoos (rock towers) that appear to be otherworldly, but we do have a mysterious rock formation right here in the Garden State.
Reaching the rock requires a scenic 3-mile loop hike. Quite manageable, you can check out the trail in the video below by NJHiking.com:
The Pyramid Mountain visitor’s center can be found at 472 Boonton Avenue, Montville. For directions to Tripod Rock, click here. For more New Jersey hikes and outdoor fun, check out Norvin Green State Forest.
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