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NEW visitor center in a beautifully constructed three season building steps from the tallest waterfall east of the Rockies: Taughannock Falls. Pick up the latest Ithaca is Gorges themed souvenir or apparel, chat with a Visitor Experience Specialist...more
Ithaca has many water falls. I was told there are over 100 including of course those small ones. This one by far was my favorite. It has two vantage points to choose from: the viewing deck or hike down below. 30 minutes is certainly not...More
The top view is great. Make sure you drive down the road and hike the trail that takes you to the river bed and the bottom of the falls. You can walk up most of the river bed and its a sight to see. 400ft...More
Enjoyed our stop and short walk, which was very much needed after spending so long in the car driving around the Finger Lakes. We visited both the scenic lookout and then easy access to the lower waterfall lookout. Very interesting information boards on route. Worth...More
This was our first stop in the park and it was perfect. We used the restrooms, took a great picture overlooking the falls, and received great advice about our planned hike. The north rim trail is behind the visitor's center. Note that the parking limit...More
The park has made a great investment in this center for the half a million visitors they host each year. After making a few visits every year to this area it is a vast comfort to many . The park should be commended for this...More
Yes you can bring a stroller to the overlook. It's a few feet from the visitor's center. You can also take one to the falls below if it has good wheels. The trail is rolling but not steep. Some gravelly areas and hard pack... More
Yes you can bring a stroller to the overlook. It's a few feet from the visitor's center. You can also take one to the falls below if it has good wheels. The trail is rolling but not steep. Some gravelly areas and hard pack dirt but is accessible for a stroller. My dad is 86 and walked the trail easily. Hope it helps. It's beautiful there.