Hacklebarney State Park Warnings and Dangers

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    Be weary of the boulders and rocks

    by seamandrew Written Dec 19, 2004

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    Rocks and boulders, evidence of a glacial history

    If you find a terrain like this one at Hacklebarney State Park, try not to play the adventerous fool and start climbing up the side of this. Many of the rocks can shift and either you, or someone below can get hurt. Not to mention the damage that can occur to some of the fragile vegetation and possibly nests and animal niches in these rocks. Just admire these rocks for what they are, a glimpse into the glacial history of Hacklebarney State Park.

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    Beware of the ice!

    by marca Updated Feb 9, 2004

    When winter hiking along the Black River gorge be aware of the Ice shelves that from along the banks. If they get snow covered one may think that you are on land but you may be over water! Dangerous for children and dogs!

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