Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, Pottersville

4.4
Must see · Cave · Geologic Formation
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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  • Make sure you make a reservation before you go! We didn’t and had to leave and come back a few hours later. Stairs and paths can be narrow, steep and/or one way only, so be careful if there are...  more »
  • We arrived at the Natural Stone Bridge and Caves, eagerly 10 minutes before opening. We were the first to arrive, and had already purchased our very reasonably priced self guided tour tickets a day...  more »

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