Location: From English, go south on SR 37 to CR 8 and turn right. Go about a mile to a T intersection and turn left; in another half mile there is a Y intersection, where you bear right. In another mile and a half there is a sharp right turn; the parking area and entrance is about another half mile.
Description: Not Visited. This area is contiguous with Saalman Hollow. An archaeological site, among other features; excavations have shown habitation back 10,000 years. Typically rugged terrain for this part of Indiana. Supposed to be a natural arch and several caves (read shelters), as well as waterfalls. The Nature Conservancy says one trails, McPherson lists two, the Forest Service lists one. Another reason to go check it out.
Nearby Points of Interest: Harrison-Crawford State Forest, Hoosier National Forest, Wyandotte Caves, Carnes Mill, Buzzard Roost and Dewey Hickman Nature preserves.
Cautions: Usual climbing precautions.
Ownership: US Forest Service