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My husband and I trekked into the area to see the huge boulder. He has mobility issues but was able to walk the pretty path into the site. One does not expect to see such a large boulder sitting there. Interesting. If you are interested...More
The size of the boulder is amazing. The fact that it was moved be an ice shelf is unbelievable because of it's size. Bring mosquito repellent, the boulder is surrounded by trees and the mosquitoes are bad.
Your first impression is wow it's just a big rock. Then you walk around it and it just seems so out of place, Then you ponder it and holy crap this is just plain amazing, I mean how did this ever get here, oh yeah,...More
You used to be able to drive the access road to within about 75 yards of the boulder. No more. A gate at the end of the parking lot closes the road to vehicular access. You now have to hike 250-300 yards to get from...More
Its huge! Can't seem to find a way to the top. Haven't tried hard yet. About all you can do is walk around it and Try to Imagine a glacier pushing it there. When I suppose it's a good place to walk your dog! I...More
If you are in the area this is an interesting sight to see for a quick side trip or a place to get out and stretch your legs. A HUGE boulder in the middle of the woods is not something you see everyday. It's a...More
A short walk from the parking area will lead you to something you've never seen before and something that clearly looks out of place with its surroundings. Gives you a great perspective of where you stand with mother nature if you read the info on...More
The Madison Boulder is a great little side trip to check out. From the parking area it is approximately a 5 minute easy walk. There is a small information board present that explains how, what and when the boulder came to be. Great little piece...More