Ticklish Rock

Ticklish Rock is an unusual sandstone rock formation, located in , , . The brown and green sandstone formation, which stands at the edge of a steep cliff and resembles an upright hammer, consists of a large horizontal block, 3 feet high, 8 feet long, and 6 feet wide, balanced upon a thin, 18 in × 30 in pedestal.

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is an unincorporated community in . is situated 3½ miles east of Ticklish Rock.

In 1843, George Sones built a sawmill and founded the unincorporated village of within what is now , , in the U.S. state of . is situated 5 miles east of Ticklish Rock.

Ticklish Rock

41.3506° or 41° 21' 2.3" north
-76.648° or 76° 38' 52.8" west
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1,834 feet (559 metres)
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