This unique area was designated in 1968 by the U.S. Department of Interior as a National Natural Landmark. Stebbins Gulch is a ravine system where the exposed bedrock is easily observed and dates back to the Devonian period. Students hike down to Stebbins Creek, and as they walk up this tributary of the East Branch of the Chagrin River, they will explore four sedimentary rock formations, learn how they formed and what unique plant communities they support. Waterfalls, looming cliffs of sandstone, and wet feet are all part of the experience.
This program requires walking for long distances over uneven terrain and in wet, muddy conditions. Tour takes about three hours and is classified as difficult -3 miles.
$10 per student. One adult chaperone required per 10 students(free). One adult per five students admitted free; additional adults are $10.00 per person
Due to trail damage, this program is currently unavailable until Spring 2022.Book now