In his book "Harriman Trails: A Guide and History", author William Myles describes "Rockneath", a cabin built against a large boulder just north of Almost Perpendicular off the Blue Disc Trail in Harriman Park. It's described as having windows, a fireplace, double deck bunks and a spring nearby. Although it was built in 1928, it seemed to me that there might be remains of such an elaborate structure, and I decided to try to find it.
What I found is pretty interesting, but I'm not sure it's Rockneath. It has a door, a window and a fireplace, but being only about 4 feet high inside, double deck bunks seem unlikely, and there's no spring nearby. Myles says the cabin was built "against" the rock, this shelter is completely under the rock, but that makes the name "Rockneath" fit quite well.
Others come here; there are 2 wine bottles inside (vintage 2010), and a skilled wood carver carved a face on a tree just outside the door. Does anyone know, is this "Rockneath"?