Ticklish Rock - Advisory


Be careful on the rocks, due to risk of falling. Some trails to the Ticklish Rock may not be for everyone. Scout an appropriate route before heading down. Off the trails there are many prickly bushes.

In the area there are wreaths and flowers indicating that loved ones may have passed at this site. Please use your best judgement.

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