Ithaca
NY 14850

Ithaca Falls

Rasgo AcuáticoEco-Tour/Paseo NaturalHábitat AcuáticoCorredor Biológico/SenderoRasgo GeológicoVista Escénica

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150ft cascading fall, Fall Creek's final plunge to Cayuga Lake. Fun Facts: With a drop of 150ft and width of 175ft, Ithaca Falls is the region's most powerful and most impressive. By 1817, a half-dozen mills were operating here, their ruins are still visible on the south bank. The plunge pool is famous among anglers for lake-run trout and salmon. Trail Info: View falls from bridge on Lake St. to the foot path adjacent the creek. Easy. Open year round Directions: From Downtown Ithaca, 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. Swimming prohibited. Dogs allowed on leash. No fee.

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