This park, also known as Enfield Glen, is a rugged gorge with winding trails, which follow the gorge past 12 waterfalls. Approximately 400 feet of shale and sandstone are exposed along a moderately steep two-mile trail. The alteration of shale and sandstone may have originated from repeated shifts in sea levels. Another important geological feature is "cross bedding" --the wave-like pattern visible in cross sections seen in cliffs.
Keywords: water, erosion, sedimentary rocks, path, stone, bridge, rock wall.