What a beatufiul place to visit. At 264 feet tall, the tallest cascading waterfall in New York State it should be a stop for all "fall-ers" to visit. Autumn is the most spectacular time to visit the views and colors are heavenly. There is a smaller set of falls just off the road which are lovely, but they are not the renowned falls, it is a 0.7 mile moderate hike up from the road.
Be sure to go to the secret spot on top of the falls, which is an easy walk/hike. The spot is the left turn in town, when headed east, then make a left on Laurel House Rd. There is a parking area there. When you get to the top of the falls you can see for a hundred miles on a clear day and even see Hunter Mtn's summit. If you look to the left there is a small waterfall through the trees. If you look down you can see where you were just standing on the bottom of the falls, it is a far fall, so watch your step. If you're hiking the bottom, take the extra half hour to see the view from the top.
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