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Goffle Hill, also referred to as Goffle Mountain and historically known as Totoway Mountain and Wagaraw Mountain, is a range of the trap rock Watchung Mountains on the western edge of the Newark Basin in northern New Jersey. The hill straddles part of the border of Bergen County and Passaic County, underlying a mostly suburban setting. While hosting patches of woodlands, perched wetlands, and traprock glades, the hill is largely unprotected from development.
- Deep Voll Brook, also known as Deep Brook , is a tributary of Goffle Brook and part of the…
- Type: SummitActivity: Hiking,Walking,Road BikingPeak elevation: 879 feet (267.92 m)
- The Watchung Mountains (once called the Blue Hills) are a group of three long low ridges of…