Non arduous hiking in fall splendor. The falls are not thundering, just picturesque. The trails meander along the river. One of the jarring sights is of the thousands of trees that fell down during the onslaught of hurricane Sandy, which dumped 30" of wet snow and high winds onto the forest, causing immense damage. A pleasant and pleasing encounter with nature awaits.
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