Waterfalls, Whats areas and types interest You!
I am curious! We all view our destinations based on our personal preferences. For all you “Waterfall” folks, what areas or types of waterfall locations do you choose to see.
Do you like long hikes to get to a waterfall?
Do you prefer a roadside stop here and there along a route to your end destination?
Do you prefer hikes less then 1 mile to see a waterfall?
Would you only visit tourist areas of attractions like Niagara Falls, Watkins Glen State Park or Letchworth State Park?
Would you camp in the woods over night, just to see waterfalls?
If you were to choose a waterfall destination where would it be?
I would like to see your comments!
My point of view
I love waterfalls, of course. I do not like lots of people, therefore I would choose lesser known places to travel to. As well as the adventure it brings. Niagara Falls is a totally awesome place, yet I found every time I went it was too overwhelming with all the people. I love following the “Whitewater rafting/kayaking” folks. I love watching as they plummet over the falls! Sure there on plenty of on lookers, cheering on their friend or family or spouses. Everyone is there with the same common interest. That and I get to learn and find more waterfalls in which is classified as rapids! I have had more adventures and stories to tell for years later! Cool, I think so.
What is one of your favorite waterfall adventures? Share yours here!
Trenton Falls Scenic Trail 2017 Spring and Fall Dates
I almost forgot to check in with this years open dates!
Saturday and Sunday May 6th and 7th from 9am to 5pm
Moshier Upper Falls (4 Named Waterfalls)
Moshier Falls Section, Beaver River Whitewater Route
Lewis County, Town of Watson
Date Visited: 9-4-2016
Stream or River: Beaver River flows into the Black River
Moshier Trailhead parking N43.87017 W75.13762
Moshier Road put in Parking only during whitewater events N43.88503 W75.10730
Points of Reference:
Moshier Reservoir Dam and Falls N43.88752 W75.10920 1640 ft
Trail entry N43.88385 W75.11946
Map at trailhead N43.87033 W75.13765 1492 ft
Photo location N43.88648 W75.11167, area where the put-in is
Photo location N43.88629 W75.11927
Photo location N43.88635 W75.11942
For further information please click on the highlighted links
Moshier Upper Falls #1 Put – in slide N43.88741 W75.10983
Moshier Upper Falls #3 First Falls N43.88630 W75.11907
Moshier Upper Falls #4 Second Falls N43.88694 W75.11994
Moshier Upper Falls #5 Mauser’s Faceplant N43.88776 W75.12259
Moshier Upper Falls #2 Unnamed Rapids N43.88637 W75.11403
Moshier Upper Falls #6 Unnamed Rapids N43.88363 W75.12810
Moshier Upper Falls #7 Unnamed Rapids N43.88225 W75.13001
Moshier Upper Falls #8 Unnamed Rapids N43.88007 W75.13170
I have recorded the tracks for the Moshier Upper Falls section and trail which can be viewed and downloaded, click on the following link.
Moshier Upper Falls
I am trying to put together a road trip down to the Tinkers Falls area. I have been to Tinkers Falls, and tried to get to Spicer Falls, but trail to Spicer’s Falls was closed. There is some confusion as to possible different names for same locations, but I cannot get clarifications for them. Does anyone have any insight or clarity, or access information for the following waterfalls:
Chenango/Cortland Chippewa Falls N42.71392 W75.88605
Chenango/Cortland Chippewa Falls N42.70444 W75.89391
Chenango Eddy Creek Falls N42.39137 W75.61650
Cortland Enchanted Hollow Falls aka Hemlock Falls N42.76600 W76.01683
Cortland Irish Hollow Falls N42.71273 W75.94142
Cortland Maxom Creek Falls N42.71358 W75.94246
Cortland Midlum Falls N42.71945 W75.94121
Cortland Morgan Hill Falls N42.72538 W76.00162
Thank you for any help you can provide, to help clear up my confusions for this area.