Mystery spot 33 is a natural feature located in a national park. Using the clues below, identify this feature and the National Park System unit in which it is located. The first five readers to correctly identify the mystery spot will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing.
Don't let the door slam you on your ass on your way out.
The long, narrow channels that longships once plied
Are framed by cliffs that soar on each side.
If you hope to hit a quail on the fly,
You'll need steady nerves and a keen eye.
Bonus clue, no extra charge: Upon reaching the end of this engineered incline, you'll typically find a stoplight or stop sign.
No cheating! If we catch you Googling or engaged in other sneakery, we'll make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: "Unlike triskaidekaphobia, which is fear of the number 13, paraskevidekatriaphobia (aka friggatriskaidekaphobia) is a specific fear of Friday the 13th."
We'll reveal the answer and explain the clues in tomorrow's Traveler. In the meantime we'll embargo the answer and let everybody take a crack at this puzzle.