Panama Rocks, .2 mi. w. of jct. SR 474 and CR 33, then w. on CR 10 (Rock Hill Rd.), is an outcrop of Paleozoic sea islands compressed into quartz-conglomerate rock fractured by earthquakes and unearthed by glaciers. The huge rocks, some more than 60 feet high, extend along a half-mile ridge, creating cavernous dens, small caves and hundreds of passageways formed by deep crevices. A 1-mile self-guiding hiking trail passes through a forest of beech, cherry and maple trees and stands of hemlock that are 200 to 300 years old; their intertwining roots snake down and around the rocks.