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Wednesday, April 26, 2017 | 1 | News

The White Cliffs of Conoy

We recently went for a hike to see the White Cliffs of Conoy. From an article on uncoveringpa.com:

"The cliffs are the result of a limestone quarry that once existed up the hill from the cliffs. Once pulled from the ground, the limestone and dolomite were crushed and burned creating a variety of products for local farms and businesses. Over the years, the excess limestone and dolomite was piled up near the river, creating large white mountains up to 30 feet tall."

After parking at Koser Park in Bainbridge, it was a 1.5 mile walk south on the Northwest River Trail to get to the cliffs.
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