High Rocks overlook
Posted by: dhmeiser
N 40° 26.200 W 075° 05.570
18T E 492126 N 4476228
Quick Description: High rocks is a 200-foot sheer rock face overlooking an oxbow on the Tohickon Creek near the town of Point Pleasant Pennsylvania.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 8/2/2006 5:34:19 PM
Waymark Code: WMK01
This area is popular for its spectacular views and geological features and is used extensively as a rock-climbing site. High Rocks” was added to Ralph Stover State park through the donation of the late James A. Michener, a noted author.
It is spectacular all times of the year but most fantastic in the fall at the peak of fall foliage
Type of overlook: trail
Picnic tables: no
Overlook designation: Designated
Overlooking an oxbow on the Tohickon Creek with spectacular views of the creek.
You will need a picture with your GPS of the view and the area. It can't be the same picture as the listing has.