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Irving Cliff, 300 feet high, overlooks the town, and offers a compelling view of the confluence of the Lackawaxen River and Dyberry Creek. Irving Cliff is named after author Washington Irving, who was greatly impressed with its view. The cliff contains a 50 foot electric framework, for a Christmas Star and Easter cross, that is visible for miles during holiday nights. Fireworks are shot from the cliff for July 4 festivities.
Read more history about Irving Cliff here.