You'll Find The Largest Cave Entrance In The Eastern U.S. On The Magical Snowshoe Trails In New York
Up north inside of the Adirondack Park, you can find all sorts of incredible winter adventures waiting for you. While many of our residents prefer to stay bundled up by a cozy fire, just as many of us love to get out into the fresh snow to experience all that winter has to offer. If you’re ready to break out your snowshoes and hike along one of our state’s most unique trails, then be sure to start planning your trip up north before this scenic season passes you by.
Taking you up into the Adirondack Park where you're in the town of Pottersville, a grand winter adventure awaits you at Natural Stone Bridge and Caves Park.
While this isn't the only park you'll find within the Adirondacks, it is the only one that happens to have the largest marble cave entrance in the East!
Natural Stone Bridge and Caves is open all throughout the year, but come wintertime you'll find people from all over coming to enjoy this little winter wonderland.
Strap up your snowshoes and begin your journey along a self-guided snowshoe hike in one of the most unique corners of the Adirondack Park.
To those who have never visited Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, you'll find that the trails are quite easy to navigate...
...as they follow Trout Brook and take you along the serene waterfront of the mountains.
More than 14-miles of well-kept trails are at the ready here at Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, but it won't take you long to reach the actual cave itself.
At 180-feet wide and 62-feet high, this magnificent natural wonder will leave you in awe as soon as you set your sights on it.
To find out more about snowshoeing at Natural Stone Bridge and Caves this winter,
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Natural Stone Bridge & Caves, 535 Stone Bridge Rd, Pottersville, NY 12860, USA