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National Park Mystery Photo 45: A Narrow Passageway

Single file, please, and no passing.




The narrow passageway shown in Mystery Photo #45 is located somewhere in the National Park System. Can you pinpoint this location? To get full credit for this one you need to state the name of the passageway and identify the national park in which it is located.

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Lake Chaubunagungamaug, a 1,442-acre lake near the southern Massachusetts  town of Webster, bears an inordinately long name (perhaps the longest place name in the United States) that is often translated as "you fish on your side, I fish on my side, and nobody fishes in the middle."  However, its approximate meaning in Nipmuc (an Algonquian language) is closer to "fishing place at the boundaries -- neutral meeting grounds." This water body is also called Webster Lake, especially by people who don't know how to pronounce Chaubunagungamaug.


Joshua Tree National Park - Split Rock

Sorry; it's not Split Rock in Joshua Tree National Park.

Fat Man's Misery, Zion National Park

Not Fat Man's Misery (what a great name!) in Zion National Park. 

How about Keyhole Canyon in Zion National Park

Is it one of the passages at Balcony House at Mesa Verde National Park?

Fat Man's Misery in Mammoth Cave

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