Roadside Falls Of Northern New York Volume 3

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New York's Mohawk Valley runs from east to west through the center of the state. It is the southern boundary of what many consider to be Northern New York. The hilly terrain immediately north of the Mohawk River and the Adirondack Mountains on the north end of these counties provide a natural habitat for waterfalls.

This book will guide you through 50 waterfall locations in seven counties that lie on the north side of the Mohawk River. All falls described are within 1/2 mile of a highway and many offer roadside views. This is not intended to be a collection of magnificently tall descents or of the most popular falls in the area. It is simply a list of pretty locations that are easy to get to.

This has been arranged so that the reader can "tour" these falls somewhat sequentially. We start in Oswego County and proceed east through Oneida, Herkimer, Montgomery, Schenectady, Saratoga and Washington Counties. These counties span the northern part of the state from Lake Ontario to Lake Champlain and the Vermont border.