Keywords:#etbtsy, Falls, Genesee, Letchworth, Middle, NY, New York, River, autumn, bridge, bridge, colors, dawn, fall, foliage, gorge, season, state park, trestle, water, waterfall
Dimensions4000 x 2670
Original file size8.01 MB
Date taken7-Nov-17 08:03
Date modified21-Nov-17 22:13
Camera makeNIKON CORPORATION
Camera modelNIKON D610
Focal length36 mm
Focal length (35mm)36 mm
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The Letchworth State Park Genesee River gorge at the beginning of a new day. So much to see, natural and man-made. Prominently featured in the center are the Middle Falls, and further back the Upper Falls. There, you can also see the two bridges, the old historical trestle and the new arch bridge just in front of it. Then the steep rocky cliffs. And it is all surrounded with the bold colors of fall.
Letchworth Middle Falls is one of the three major waterfalls right on the Genesee River as it flows through Letchworth State Park, and one of many waterfalls in the park. The waterfall is 107' high and about 285' wide.
Letchworth State Park is about 35 miles south of Rochester, NY and 60 miles from Buffalo, NY. It is along the Genesee River and follows it for about 17 miles. The park is most known for its three major waterfalls - Lower Falls, Middle Falls, and Upper Falls. However, there are many additional waterfalls on the Genesee River tributaries that are well worth exploring, especially for those who have visited the major and most obvious points of interest.