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waterfalls of upstate new york

Anyone know a route to take to see the many waterfalls of upstate new york

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Claudia from New York City

It depends on where you start. I'd lived in Syracuse, so naturally, I would start from Syracuse and make my way down to Chittenango Falls State Park (about 30 minutes drive) and Buttermilk Falls State Park (about 2 hours from Chittenango).

After Buttermilk, I'll take the 30-minute drive to Taughannock Falls State Park , then to Watkins Glen State Park (30 minutes drive). Next is to the mighty Niagara Falls, which is about a 3-hour drive from Watkins Glen.

Before returning to Syracuse, I'll stop at High Falls near Rochester and around two hours drive from Niagara Falls.


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Brent from Brockville

One of my favourite is High Falls Gorgeoff Rte 86, near Lake Placidand Saranac Lake; however, there are not many other easily accessible ones nearby, unless you are hiking in the Adirondacks.The best concentration is around Ithica and the Finger Lakes. Rte 13 might be best; it will take you past Robert H Treman State ParkGorge Road , Buttermilk Falls State Parkand Ithaca Falls. Nearby you also have Taughannock Falls State Park.


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  1. High Falls Gorge (attraction)
  2. Lake Placid (city)
  3. Saranac Lake (city)
  4. Finger Lakes (attraction)
  5. Robert H Treman State Park (attraction)
  6. Gorge Road (attraction)
  7. Buttermilk Falls State Park (hotel)
  8. Ithaca Falls (attraction)
  9. Taughannock Falls State Park (attraction)


   
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