Fall Brook Gorge
Fall Brook Gorge represents one of the nation's finest exposures of Upper and Middle Devonian Age strata with significant fossil remains and a cap-rock waterfall. The gorge possesses a series of ecological communities in a small area that illustrate the response of plant and animal life to sharply contrasting microclimates.
Year designated: 1970
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