Wordless Wednesday: Panama Rocks, New York


Visiting Panama Rocks Scenic Park in Chautauqua County, New York — “an enchanting world of towering rocks, deep crevices and passageways, cool, cavernous dens, and small caves.” Formations are 300 million-year-old quartz conglomerate sedimentary rock, according to their website, and extend “about a half a mile and read upwards of 60 feet tall — one of the largest of its kind in the world.”

Yeah — it was pretty cool. And considerably cooler than the heatwave happening elsewhere in Western New York! Thanks to my boyfriend’s awesome parents for the excursion. I’m just grateful I didn’t face-plant after tripping on countless gnarly roots.

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19 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Panama Rocks, New York

  1. We have an area in Southern Indiana called Turkey Run that looks a lot like this. There are little streams that run at the bottom of the caverns and are nice to splash in when it is hot. I have such fond memories of this place when I was a kid, and now my parents and I take the kids there. OK, I just went on a little trip in my mind! Great pictures!

  2. wow!I’d love to go there some time!I love being close to nature because it’s in there where I feel at peace.hehe..beautiful shots! 🙂

    visiting from wordless wednesday hope you can also drop by! 🙂

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