waterfalls

ShareTweet Among the three main waterfalls at Letchworth State Park In New York, Upper Falls is the only waterfall with a huge old bridge towering high above it.  In order to get to Upper Falls, you’ll need to drive from the Letchworth Campground a little more than 10 miles down the main park road past […]

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ShareTweet At Letchworth State Park in New York there are three main waterfalls to see.  They have very original names including Lower, Middle and Upper Falls.  Middle Falls is located closest to the Glen Iris Inn.  From the Glen Iris Inn, there is a trail that goes down to Middle Falls.  There is also a […]

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ShareTweet When you go to Niagara Falls you are going to a world famous landmark that sits on the border of Canada and the United States.  There are numerous sights to see around Niagara Falls on both the Canadian Side of Niagara Falls and the United States side of the falls.  If you are staying […]

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ShareTweet When you think of and go to Ohiopyle State Park in Pennsylvania, chances are you think of biking the trails and rafting the waters of the Youghiogheny River.  In addition to bike trails and rafting there are campgrounds, hiking trails and even a few waterfalls.  The most frequently visited waterfall is probably Ohiopyle Falls […]

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ShareTweet When you go to Blackwater Falls Sate Park in West Virginia, chances are it is Blackwater Falls you have seen photos of and Blackwater Falls you are planning to see there along with other activities.  At Blackwater Falls there are at least four waterfalls you can see and photograph if you are up for […]

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ShareTweet As you might expect, Black Water Falls State Park in West Virginia is named for the Black Water Falls waterfall.  Black Water Falls is about a 62-foot high waterfall that is reached via a hike along a wooden boardwalk.  There are two parking lots, and a store by the trailhead for Black Water Falls.  […]

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ShareTweet Today started out along the road by Seneca Rocks in the National Forest.  There were no campsites available anywhere so I had to make due along the side of the road.  I woke up next to a sheep farm to the sounds of BAAAAAAAAAA early in the morning.  It was around 7:30am by the […]

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ShareTweet When you go to New River Gorge you probably think of the big bridge over New River Gorge, whitewater rafting and things like that first and foremost.  You might think there would be a lot of waterfalls along the New River but there are not; at least not many waterfalls actually IN the river.  […]

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ShareTweet After a dreary and rainy day yesterday during which I didn’t get anywhere near as far around the New River Gorge area as I would have liked, I ended up back at the River Rock Hostel at New River Gorge for another night.  There was one other guy staying there, a student originally from […]

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ShareTweet When you go hiking at a state or a national park one of the coolest things you can come across if often a waterfall.  Within the boundaries of Pipestem Resort State Park in West Virginia there is one hike you can take to a waterfall.  The waterfall is Indian Branch Falls.  If you look […]

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