Thursday, February 20, 2014

Raven’s Horn (PA)

      “The Raven's Horn is unlike other overlooks I've been to. Pole Steeple in Micheux State Forest and The Ledges in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, for instance, have a big 'platform' or series of platforms with multiple viewing locations. Ditto Hawk Mountain, which is a flat pile of rocks. The Raven's Horn is a flat, round, and small 'platform' jutting out. At most I'd estimate no more than three adults could stand comfortably on it…” 
This fellow finds Raven Horn “Interesting,” and claims to have the best photos:
He says: “The so-called Raven's Horn is among a handful of vertical rock formations capping the Allegheny Plateau in this area.”

It reminds me of these Yoly Molina photos from West Virginia: 

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