Wyalusing Rocks

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The Wyalusing Rocks is a cliff that rises 500 feet above the Susquehanna River, offering superb views of the river and distant mountains.

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The curving river, with fields, ridges, and mountains make for a beautiful view.  Sunsets are particularly stunning.  The rocks are often above the morning mist.

It is located outside of the town of Wyalusing.  It is also a noted Native American landmark used a place for prayer, and a lookout.

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The parking area for the rocks are located right along US 6.  It is probably the finest view along this road.

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A short trail leads to a series of rock outcrops with more stunning views, particularly looking both upstream and downstream.  Be careful, a fall would be fatal.  It almost appears you could fall right into the river.

More photos.

Location of Wyalusing Rocks.

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