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New York State
From the world renown Niagara Falls, to the popular Lower, Middle & Upper Falls of Letchworth, to the 215 foot Taughannock Falls in the Finger Lakes Region, to the spectacular Salmon River Falls in Oswego County to the remote Cascade Falls in the Adirondacks, there are hundreds of waterfalls to explore in New York State. Use the links below (under construction) to assist you in planning your waterfall adventure.
Waterfalls are very popular destinations for hikers and they are the most dangerous as well. Every year people die from trying to get just a little bit closer to the edge, to the falls. Plan your waterfall adventure, but we stress that you also remember to be safe so it's not your last adventure.
We've split New York State in four regions to assist you in finding waterfalls to explore (under construction).
Waterfalls in New York by Region
Western & Central New York Adirondack Waterfalls Catskill Waterfalls Mohawk & Hudson Valley
Here are some books we recommend for assisting you in finding and planning your waterfall adventure:
- Waterfalls of New York State
- New York Waterfalls: A Guide for Hikers & Photographers
- 200 Waterfalls in Central and Western New York - A Finders' Guide
- Waterfalls and Gorges of the Finger Lakes
- Adirondack Waterfall Guide
- Mohawk Region Waterfall Guide: From the Capital District to Cooperstown & Syracuse
- Catskill Region Waterfall Guide
- Waterfalls of the Adirondacks and Catskills (New York)
- Hudson Valley Waterfall Guide: From Saratoga and the Capital Region to the Highlands and Palisades
Split Rock Falls in the Adirondacks
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This website was meant as a guide to assist fellow outdoor enthusiasts choose and plan their hiking adventures. This website does not guarantee that all this information is 100% correct and can not guarantee your safety on the trails. You hike at your own risk and no one from this website is liable for any property loss or damage, personal injury, or any unfortunate death that may result from accessing or hiking any trails described on this website.
Please be aware that hiking can result in injuries, sometimes serious. If your not careful on your hike or not properly prepared, it can be a matter of life or death in some instances.