Monday, August 22, 2011

Watkins Glen Gorge

The Gorge is located in the Watkins Glen State Park near the edge of the Village of Watkins Glen NY. The Gorge is south of Seneca Lake, which is one of the Finger Lakes.

The Gorge is about a mile long, 400' deep, and created by a stream cutting through sandstone and limestone rock over the last 12,000 years.

The trail follows the narrow chasm over stone-arched bridges and by many cascading waterfalls and pools of water.

On a really hot day, this was a really COOL place!

The Gorge is Gorgeous!!

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Hats & Taps said...

More spectacular pics and finally one of you, Geno! Yup, E and I will have to go!

Eric & Marie said...

neat canyon with waterfalls to boot! - Eric