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covered bridge with waterfall

Chasing Waterfalls of the Hudson Valley: Part 2

Chasing Waterfalls of the Hudson Valley – Part 2 by Donna McCabe When you last heard from me, I was standing on the viewing platform overlooking the upper portion of Kaaterskill Falls and just reached #50 in the #NYSWaterfallchallenge. My husband & I were in the Catskills for the weekend and had a plan to visit seven waterfalls. On Saturday, we were able to visit five of them and reach my fiftieth waterfall. Sunday’s plans include two more locations but […]

New Croton Dam

Croton Gorge Park

History and architecture come to life in this waterfall The waterfall at Croton Gorge Park, in Cortlandt, is only half the attraction as the massive New Croton Dam almost steals the show with its impressive 1800s architecture. The dam, built between 1837 and 1842, measures 297 feet tall by 266 feet wide and stretches 2,188 feet end-to-end. The reservoir now supplies 200-300 million gallons of water to New York City each day via aqueduct. Croton Gorge Park is a 97-acre […]

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