A quote from Nathaniel Hawthorne from An American Notebook, 1838 "the cave makes a fresh impression on me every time I visit it... So deep, so a regular, so gloomily, so stern."
The state in order to improve visibility of the area constructed walkways and fencing around the area, which allows you a closer look at this interesting natural site.
The geology of this area started 550 million years ago, with the formation of soft sedimentary rock known as limestone. Limestone later was metamorphosis and recrystallized by pressure into marble the melt waters from the Ice Age glaciers sculpt the Hudson Brook chasm and the natural marble bridge. The Hudson Brook was named for a hunter named Seth Hudson.
|Chasm with Stairs|
|Chasm with stairs removed in Photoshop - To help see what it was in the beginning|
|Foilage in the Area|
|Looking Down into the Hudson Brook Chasm|
|Husdon Brook Chaswm|
|Old Marble Quarry Wall|
|Plants on the wall of thew Chasm|
|Marble Dam and Waterfall|