An unnamed propped natural arch in Cattaraugus County, New York
Photo © by Scott A. Ensminger of the Western New York Waterfall Survey
NABSQNO 17T-673290-4700645. This unnamed arch is a small, propped natural arch with multiple openings eroded through Gowanda shale. It is located above Cattaraugus Creek in the Zoar Valley, Cattaraugus County, New York. This area is state property and public access is via trails through the valley. The largest opening has a span of less than a foot and a height of about 4 feet.