Kittatinny Mountains, Sussex County, NJ
Consists of Shawangunk conglomerate, a mixture of white quartz and reddish slate pebbles embedded in a grayish silicate matrix. The conglomerate, sometimes called "pudding stone," forms the crest of Kittatinny Mountain and its steep rocky southeastern slope. Excellent examples of the conglomerate can be observed along the Appalachian Trail, which leads to the summit of Sunrise Mountain. (A Guide to Stokes State Forest, p2)
The crest of Sunrise Mountain is one of the most frequently visited areas in Stokes State Forest. The elevation is 1,653 feet. From here you can see the Highlands of New Jersey (east), the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania (west), High Point Monument (north), farmlands and foothills (covering the ground below).