Wyalusing Rocks, also known as Prayer Rocks, has lead people to it for as long as we have documented history. It was an important point in native american cultures for it was a high point overlooking a stunning horseshoe bend in the Susquehanna, and a high point from which signals from Indian tribes could be seen for miles.

Wyalusing Rock marked the intersection of the Warriors Path that lead north to Binghamton to as far as the Carolinas to the South, and the Wyalusing Path that lead to Shamokin.  All in all, this spot is extremely historic for a multitude of reasons throughout many periods of human history in North America.

Wyalusing Rocks
Route 6, just west of Wyalusing
Wyalusing, PA 18853
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