Tour the Gettysburg battlefield > NorthCentral SouthE. Cavalry Field

On the west side of the Wheatfield is the Stony Hill, where Sickles Avenue makes a loop up to the top of the high ground east of the Rose Farm. The National Park Auto Tour follows the Avenue, which is one way west and then northbound.

This was one of the most heavily contested areas on the Gettysburg battlefield. Elements of three Union corps fought to hold this woods on the afternoon of July 2nd. They were ultimately pushed back with heavy losses to both sides, but the fighting here blunted and slowed the Confederate assault, which continued east before it was stopped below Little Round Top.

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Tour map of Sickles Avenue in the Rose Woods on the Gettysburg battlefield

2nd Corps, 1st Division, 2nd Brigade
 • 2nd Corps, 1st Division, 3rd Brigade • 3rd Corps, 1st Division, 3rd Brigade • 5th Corps, 1st Division • 5th Corps, 1st Division, 1st Brigade

regimental and battery monuments
Irish Brigade (New York)
 • 2nd Massachusetts Sharp Shooters • 18th Massachusetts • 22nd Massachusetts • 28th Massachusetts • 32nd Massachusetts (+ marker) • 1st Michigan • 5th Michigan • 52nd New York • 57th New York • 66th New York • 110th Pennsylvania • 116th Pennsylvania • 118th Pennsylvania • 140th Pennsylvania