See amazing stone constructions believed to have been built by Native Americans over 2500 years ago and learn about the possible meaning and science behind ongoing research at this site. Register here.
Join the WCLV and the Little Lehigh Watershed Stewards for a guided walk on this private property to see beautifully built stone walls, cairns and other features believed to be part of a larger ceremonial landscape. Though their exact purpose or who built them is unknown, luminescence dating has provided a reliable date of construction of 2570 years ago. This represents the first time this technique has been used to directly date stone used in the construction of possible ancient cairns and walls in the Northeast. Enjoy a moderately easy walk across 14 acres of woodlands, on and off trail, with one short, but moderately steep hillside. 1.5 hours long, about ½-mile in total length, starting at 11 am on 01/24.