pgflyer1 wrote:Thank you Matt for the complement ! In the last few months I've viewed topo maps around my area and went to some possible waterfalls sites. Two that came up within the last couple of weekends look good BUT have to "creek walked", because all the land is posted on both sides of them. There located in Amber NY, Each one has a stream flowing to the main road, "Otisco valley road". The Amber gulf stream was running fairly well, even though we haven't had much rain in past. The other just south of amber gulf was less flowing. I use USGA topo maps, thank you to the person that posted to website !! The "GEO" toolbar works really nice too. My new waterfalls is on a friends private family land. He asked me to come over and take pictures of it for his family and myself too. He tells me that in parts of the waterfalls, you have to climb up by tree trunks because of the steep banks. Looking forward to going there this weekend, we've been getting rain here the other day and some more Thursday & Friday too. I'll go Sunday suppose to be a nice day... PG
pgflyer1 wrote:Montville Falls and Decker Falls: I've looked at different topo maps and could actually locate where these two were ! Finally I found a website that actually had a picture of Montville Falls and it's coordinates to it. I've been using Google-Earth, and if you look at Montville / Decker Falls area. There are another four falls west & North there position that aren't named. I was going to visit here and creek walk up from St. Partrick's Cemetary. Now it's out of the question for me with back condition.
Using Google-earth, I measured a path of about 1100 feet of creek walking up to these two Falls. The website I used was
http://www.gowaterfalling.com , Hopefully someone in here can get some great photos of these other waterfalls too !
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