Waterfall is a place where water flows over a vertical drop or a series of drops in the course of a stream or river. Waterfalls also occur where melt water drops over the edge of a tabular iceberg or ice shelf. In the case of the New York Waterfalls, there was certainly no shortage of very high quality waterfalls. There are also those that charm us as well as those that also participate in that autumn tradition that is the Fall Colors. So with such variety of waterfalls spread out all over the state. So in this video we share Letchworth, Watkins Glen, Taughannock and Niagara Falls.
Letchworth State Park: Letchworth State Park is a 14,427-acre (58.4 km2) state park located in Livingston and Wyoming counties and the park is roughly 17 miles (27 km) long. Known as the Grand Canyon of the East, the Genesee River winds 17 miles through 14,000 acres of state park over three major waterfalls. In 2015, Letchworth State Park won USA Today's Reader's Choice competition as the best state park in the United States. It has also been named the best state park in New York for landscape photography.
Watkins Glen State Park: Watkins Glen State Park is located outside the village of Watkins Glen, in Schuyler County near New York's Finger Lakes region. The centerpiece of the 778-acre (3.15 km) park is a 400-foot-deep (120 m) narrow gorge cut through rock by a stream that was left hanging when glaciers of the Ice age deepened the Seneca valley. In 2015, the park was chosen from more than 6,000 state parks across the nation as a nominee in the USA TODAY Readers' Choice Poll for Best State Park in the United States, and won third place! The park, especially the Gorge Trail, is very popular among photographers.
Taughannock Falls State Park: This tall and thin waterfall saying to be one of the tallest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. Taughannock Falls is a 750-acre (3.0 km) state park located in the Town of Ulysses in Tompkins County near Trumansburg. Taughannock Falls plun…