Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, Pottersville

Two oceans, billions of sea creatures, intense metamorphosis, an unusual fault and melting glaciers have exposed some of the oldest marble in North America to form some of the youngest caves in the Adirondacks. A hands-on geological NY wonder and long time favorite of earth science classes, come explore the largest marble cave entrance in the east.
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  • We enjoyed our self guided tour here so much! It’s an incredible place and the staff are super friendly. They opened early for us because we arrived 15 minutes early! A must see!  more »
  • We enjoy hikes with Natural Beauty and this seemed to fit our wants/needs. The day we visited the parking lot was packed and we needed to circle a couple of times to find a spot. Enter and Exit throug...  more »

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