“Ka-ih-ogh-ha” American Indians called it, crooked. Cuyahoga Valley National Park preserves 33,000 acres along 22 miles of the crooked Cuyahoga River that is between Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. Tribes deemed that this area be neutral territory so that all might travel safely. The grey and green rocks were hear for our amusement to climb, explore and walk through the narrow passages of this timeless forest.