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There is a short hike up a steep hill to see this large boulder. It is huge. This won't take up your whole day, plan ahead and visit some other sites in the area, such as Small falls, The , Appalachian Trail etc.
Dagget Rock is a glacial deposit moved from Sadleback Mtn about 10 miles south to Mr Dagget's pasture about 10,000 years ago. It is about 30 feet in diameter...it broke in half a long time ago and both halves are still touching at the base....More
Dagget rock is a large Glacial erratic that is located up on a hillside. I struggled to find the trail head but after cruising up and down the road a few times, I spotted the small sign. There is a short hike up a steep...More