Ramble Stone Arch
This rough stone arch stands in a cleft between two high rock outcrops. It is considered one of the most picturesque of Central Park's bridges.
Nestled in a dense nook of trees and shrubbery on the west side of the Ramble, the rough stone arch carries a narrow walkway and a footpath below. Built in large-part of boulders found in the Park, the arch measures five feet across and more than 13 feet high, with a nine-foot underpass. In the 19th century an opening on the eastern side of the arch contained steps to an underground cave that was bordered up in the 1920s.
West Side at 77th Street on the northern end of The Lake.