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Ithaca Falls on Fall Creek

Ithaca Waterfalls on Fall Creek, New York

Ithaca Falls is a massive jumble of irregular cascades and a few overhanging drops. It is 105 feet high and 175 feet wide. The top has a small dam, a remnant from when the falls was used to generate power. The dam is estimated at 10 ft high. Best time to visit the falls is Year-round.
Ithaca Falls Waterfalls on Fall Creek NY
Ithaca Waterfalls Natural Area
Ithaca Falls is most definitely the symbol of Ithaca, New York, a city settled within the crossroads of deep gorges, bordered by acclaimed colleges, and rife with manufacturing history. The waterfall itself is massive. Towering over 100 feet tall and stretching nearly 175 ft across at its base, it can fill the adjacent neighborhood and Cornell’s western flank with a thunderous roar in spring. By autumn the frothy cascade slows and students take to the banks to read or practice photography among the turning leaves.
Ithaca Falls on Fall Creek NY
Ithaca Waterfalls New York
Ithaca Waterfalls NewYork
NY Ithaca Falls on Fall Creek
Trail Info - Easy trail, with the best view of the falls from the bridge over Lake Street or the foot path adjacent to the creek. The Trail is open year-round.

Directions to Ithaca Waterfalls : From downtown, take Aurora St. north 0.7mi to Lincoln St. Turn right, then take an immediate left onto Lake St. The falls will be on your right. Park on nearby city streets or the small lot adjacent to the falls.

Location: On the south end of Cayuga Lake; In the city of Ithaca, Tompkins County, New York.
Ithaca Falls New York
Ithaca Falls Natural Area
From Rt 13 in Ithaca, take Seneca St east to Stewart Ave. Take a left (north) on Stewart and follow it into the Cornell University Campus. Turn left onto University Ave and cross into Lake St.  Lake turns left, then right.  You will be able to see Ithaca Falls on the right, but that also means you passed the parking area.
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