New York

Waterfalls

Middle Falls

Middle Falls at Letchworth State Park can best be seen from Inspiration Point, providing a classic gorge-and-waterfall scene.

  • Letchworth State Park
Middle Falls

Taughannock Falls

Explore the highest free-falling waterfall in the northeastern United States, Taughannock Falls.

  • Taughannock Falls State Park
Taughannock Falls

Upper Falls

Upper Falls is nestled among a curving Genesee River framed by the towers of an ancient railroad bridge that is currently being replaced.

  • Letchworth State Park
Upper Falls

Lower Falls

Lower Falls is located within a snug gorge at Letchworth State Park.

  • Letchworth State Park
Lower Falls

Deckertown Falls

Deckertown Falls consists of three major falls that are about 55 feet in height.

  • Deckertown Falls
Deckertown Falls

Eagle Cliff Falls

The dramatic 41-foot-high Eagle Cliff Falls is accessible from the Havana Glen Trail at Havana Glen.

  • Havana Glen
Eagle Cliff Falls

Curtain Cascade

Upstream from Eagle Cliff Falls, Curtain Cascade at Havana Glen is worth the strenuous hike.

  • Havana Glen
Curtain Cascade

Deh-ga-ya-soh Falls

Located along Deh-ga-ya-soh Creek, this tall but hidden waterfall is one of the best escapes from the crowds at Letchworth State Park.

  • Letchworth State Park
Deh-ga-ya-soh Falls

Lower Falls

Taughannock Creek flows through a canyon at Taughannock Falls State Park before spilling over the 15-foot Lower Falls cascade.

  • Taughannock Falls State Park
Lower Falls

Twin Falls

Twin Falls is located within the Sugar Hill State Forest, only minutes from Watkins Glen, New York.

  • New York
Twin Falls