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Robert H. Treman State Park, Ithaca, New York



"Robert H. Treman State Park", Ithaca, New York. Enfield Glen is part of the state park, winding trails follow the gorge, where you have the chance to see 12 waterfalls. If you look at the 1st shot you can see some one in a red shirt ...that is the hiking trail. We ran into rain throughout the whole hike making it very tough not to slip ... those rock trails are not easy to ski on.

"Lucifer Falls", you can see within the 2nd shot, 115 foot tall, was a busy spot, you can see the couple there in the shot, I wanted to get the shot with no one around, but it was sadly not possible. The state park website shows the pool totally full, it is a natural swimming hole. Very cool. We camped at the state park. Please see the video below to get a sense of the powerful waterfalls. Enjoy!!! Beth ( :

Comments

eileeninmd said…
Hello Beth. This looks like an awesome place to hike. The waterfalls are pretty. Great post. Happy Thursday, enjoy your weekend ahead!
Ruth Hiebert said…
Beautiful!! The video adds realism.
A Quiet Corner said…
WOW, AWESOME adventure!!...:)JP
Sandi said…
What a name! Lucifer Falls? Is it supposed to be foreboding? Looks like it could be treacherous!
William Kendall said…
Spectacular waterfalls!
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful falls, again. :)
Michelle said…
Wow, what a beautiful spot.
Stephanie said…
Pretty waterfall images!
Lynn said…
wow to the falls and I love their song...
Marie C said…
Wonderful post! I'd love to go there! Great video!
Wow, those falls are amazing aren't they! xx
LesleyAnn said…
Great post. I needed the song of the falls today. Thank you.
Rose said…
They are sure beautiful, Beth!

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