The Wyalusing Rocks, rising five hundred feet above the banks of the Susquehanna, has been a lookout point since man first came to the valley. They were an important signaling point for the Indians, and today provide a spectacular view of the surrounding farms and forests. A well-traveled foot path leads from the parking area down to the over-hanging rocks.
The Rocks are a popular spot in the autumn, not only for the view of the fabulous colors of fall, but also as a favorite bird-watching site to view migrating raptors gliding through the rising air currents. Visitors are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs, binoculars and cameras to enjoy the view and capture the memories.
Text Provided by the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau
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