Neversink Mountains, Witch’s Hat Pavilion and ruins of its glorious past

Neversink Mountain sits north of the city of Reading, Pennsylvania. Despite now the site of hiking trails is open to the public, it was once the site of a complex of exclusive hotels, multiple resorts and tourist attractions, and was originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape, indigenous people of the Northeastern Woodlands, who lived in the United States and Canada. The name “Neversink” in fact derives from the Lenape word “navasink”, meaning literally “at the promontory”. Today, the mountain sits in solitude, and contains only the relics and ruins of its glorious past.…

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