Hippo Rock is an erractic found on Fingerboard Mountain.  It is named so because it resembles the front end of a hippopotamus.  The long overhand is made possible by greater weight on the other side of the fulcrum.  (Wyckoff 1971:85)

There is a rock shelter here that was created by ice-prying, slipping, and tilting of large rock slabs and blocks.  (Wyckoff 1971:35)