Platte Clove Wilderness Preserve

The rugged Platte Clove Wilderness Preserve contains numerous waterfalls, including the 60-foot Plattekill Falls, in the Catskill Mountains of New York.

Platte Clove Wilderness is a 208-acre, private nature preserve owned by the Catskill Center for Conservation and Management. The land was granted to the foundation by the Griswold family.

The centerpiece of Platte Clove Wilderness is Plattekill Falls, a 60-foot-high plunge waterfall, that can be reached via a simple ½-mile in-and-out hike down a hill. There are 18 other waterfalls along Plattekill Creek, nearly all of which are inaccessible without a rope and harness.

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