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 Greene County Waterfalls

Hunter-West Kill Wilderness, Catskill Forest Preserve, Lexington and Hunter in Greene County, challenging hike of 25.2 miles, challenging trail, source of information, directions and parking areas, Things to Do at Hunter-West Kill Wilderness | Greene Devil's Path at Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area - Greene

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  The Devil's Path, a 25.2 mile hike in Hunter-West Kill Wilderness in the Catskill Forest Preserve, is located in the towns of Lexington and Hunter in Greene County.

Distance: 25.2 miles
Markers: Red
Difficulty: Challenging Devil's Path at Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area - Greene | Greene  website and more . . .

Catskill Forest Preserve, Lexington and Hunter in Greene County, Things to Do, Hiking Devil's Path, Hiking Diamond Notch Trail, Hiking Hunter Mountain Trail, Hiking Becker Hollow Trail, Winter Activities, Cross-County Skiing, Snowshoeing, Waterfalls | Greene Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area - Greene

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  Hunter-West Kill Wilderness, 19,250-acres in size, is located in the Catskill Forest Preserve in the towns of Lexington and Hunter in Greene County; and the Town of Shandaken in Ulster County.

"The 19,250-acre Hunter-West Kill Wilderness in the Catskill Forest Preserve is a high elevation east-west ridge that lies between the West Kill Creek to the north and the Esopus Creek to the south. Hunter-West Kill Wilderness is a remote mountainous location of more than 19,250 acres. The terrain is very steep in places with elevations ranging from 1,000 feet to 3,880 feet." Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area - Greene | Greene  website and more . . .
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 Hunter Waterfalls

12442, downstream of Kaaterskill Falls, Waterfalls of the Northeastern United States, Hiking through the Catskills, on the way to Kaaterskill Falls, Bastion Falls, Greene County, Hunter | Greene Bastion Falls

 
  Bastion Falls is located in Hunter, NY 12442 in Greene County. "Bastion Falls is a roadside set of drops that lie about half a mile downstream of Kaaterskill Falls. The falls are clearly visible just upstream from the Route 23A bridge on the horseshoe bend in Kaaterskill Clove. This is a narrow road with a fair amount of traffic, so be mindful of vehicular traffic as you walk from the parking area downhill to the horseshoe bend and trailhead." Bastion Falls | Greene  website and more . . .

12442, Catskill Mountains, Greene County, two-drop waterfall, Catskill Mountains of New York, higher waterfalls, New York, tourist attractions, Hudson River School,  American landscape painting, Hiking through the Catskills, Bastion Falls | Greene Kaaterskill Falls

 
  Kaaterskill Falls is located in the Catskill Mountains, in the town of Hunter 12442, Greene County in the Hudson Valley. Kaaterskill Falls is one of America's oldest tourist attractions, appearing in some of the most prominent books, essays, poems and paintings of the early 19th century. Long before Alexis de Tocqueville's famous essay on America, Kaaterskill Falls was lauded as a place where a traveler could see a wilder image, a sort of primeval Eden. Beginning with Thomas Cole's first visit in 1825, they became an icon subject for painters of the Hudson River School, setting the wilderness ideal for American landscape painting. The Falls also inspired "Catterskill Falls", a poem by William Cullen Bryant. Kaaterskill Falls | Greene  website and more . . .

12442, Ashley Falls, Hunter, NY, Greene County, Good for small children, short hike, parents with small children who want to avoid hiking near open ledges, Things to Do at Mary's Glen and Ashley Falls, Hiking, Waterfall, Winter Activities | Greene Mary's Glen and Ashley Falls

 
  Mary's Glen and Ashley Falls in the Catskill Forest Preserve is located in Hunter, NY 12442 in Greene County.

Distance: 0.6 miles
Difficulty: Good for small children
Markers: Red and Yellow
Elevation: 20 feet ascent

Mary's Glen and Ashley Falls
"This short hike starts at a cobbled streambed, and it's good for parents with small children who want to avoid hiking near open ledges. The hike goes through lovely, wooded Mary's Glen, then alongside a beaver meadow to the base of a heavily forested cascade known as Ashley Falls." Mary's Glen and Ashley Falls | Greene  website and more . . .
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 Lexington Waterfalls

Diamond Notch Falls

 
   

Hunter-West Kill Wilderness in Catskill Forest Preserve, Lexington, Things to Do on the Diamond Notch Trail,
Diamond Notch Falls | Greene Diamond Notch Trail at Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area

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  The Diamond Notch Trail, a 2.7 mile hike in Hunter-West Kill Wilderness in the Catskill Forest Preserve is located in Lexington, NY 12452 in Greene County.

Distance: 2.7 miles
Markers: Blue Diamond Notch Trail at Hunter-West Kill Wilderness Area | Greene  website and more . . .

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