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Natural Stone Bride and Caves has a massive stone bridge arch - the LARGEST marble cave entrance
in the east - dominates this spectacular display of Adirondack geology.
Originally named Ponte de Dios (Bridge of God) by Spanish explorers,
the stone bridge has captivated visitors for over 200 years.
The Natural Stone Bridge, one of the oldest rock formations in the country
is now known to be the largest marble cave entrance in the eastern
U.S. and the cave systems are currently being surveyed by members of
the National Speleological Society.
Visitors follow Trout Brook on natural stone steps and nature paths from the historic sawmill waterfalls as it flows under the Stone Bridge, roars through Noisy Cave, disappears into mysterious Lost Pool Cave and emerges tranquilly into Artists' Gorge.
Now open for snowshoeing. Cost for a day pass is $12.98 for adults, $8 for a child. Ages 4 and under are free. Add $5 to either a day or evening pass to get a season pass. View frozen waterfalls, sinkholes, ledges, hidden valleys, ridge walks and views of Gore Mountain.
To explore further, see the caves, waterfalls, gorge, activities and history or go to the official website.
535 Stone Bridge Road