From Ohio History Central
This narrow east-west gorge was cut by the Licking River. Oak-hickory, Virginia pine, and mountain laurel grow along the hilltops, while yellow birch, cherry birch and eastern hemlock grow on the northern exposures.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources
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