May 12, 2011

Dante's Descent
 Dantes Descent is a 280ft pit that is basically a sinkhole that opened up under the basalt layer and collapsed the remaining rock above the cavity, forming a circular hole in the ground. The Redwall limestone and the black basalt gives this Karst feature quite the interesting appeal to where the hole gets its name from.
Dante's Descent
 I understand that this property is private due to the clean up efforts that have taken place previously. 
Dante's Descent

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