The One Place In New Jersey That Must Be Seen To Be Believed

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.

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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, check out this easy 1-mile winter hike.