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Examine the photo and the clues provided below to pinpoint this location. Answer correctly and you could win a $100 gift card to scoutstuff.org.
ON THE HORIZON, the dense trees appear as if they’ve swept aside their branches, revealing a vast granite rock face. Today’s hike will lead us to the top of this natural monument.
Within this state park, hikers walk through misty fog during the spring and summer months. The ethereal clouds help give these mountains their name.
To reach the rock, you must be prepared for about a five-hour hike. Long before the creation of the park, this rock was named by American Indians who once used the protected outcropping as a place to share community meals.
Finally atop the monument, visitors soak in panoramic views of the hazy forest, including a glimpse of the tallest peak in the state. Want to see this view yourself? First, WHERE AM I? — Gretchen Sparling
DO YOU KNOW THE ANSWER? Enter the “Where Am I?” contest online at scoutingmagazine.org/WhereAmI. Or send your thought along with your name and home address in a letter to Where Am I?, Scouting magazine, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, TX 75015-2079. One entrant will be selected at random to receive a $100 gift card to scoutstuff.org. The deadline is Friday, April 24.