- Mar 29, 2007
I can see why you like this area so much. Wonder what the deal is with those rocks with 'perfect' holes are?
The holes are formed at the base of a waterfall, from water cascading over the falls and gouging out the rocks below. It took me few trips into the park to figure out what caused these holes. In a few places in the park there are some that you can stand in. At the bottom of most of the waterfalls in the park the holes are still being formed today. The holes in the pictures are from millions of years ago when the creek bed was hundreds of feet higher. There are hundreds of hollows in the park... and if you listen close enough, each one has it's own story to tell. I plan to spend the rest of my life wandering the hills and hollows in the park.