Crapsy Clay Falls Animation

     Crapsy Clay Falls is located in the northern end of Letchworth State Park about 36 miles southwest of Rochester, New York. The waterfall derives its name from the Crapsy family that once owned the land where the falls is located, and from the clay deposits found upstream of the waterfall's crest. This 200 foot high waterfall can be seen from the Highbanks Trail (number 20) south of the Highbanks Recreation Area. About 60 feet of the waterfall are visible in the animation.

     The animation may take a minute or so to load. The six photographs used in the animation were taken on a very windy day by Scott A. Ensminger in March of 1991.

     This page is part of the Letchworth State Park Information page by the Western New York Waterfall Survey. For an alphebetical listing of the parks waterfalls that contains GPS location data click here.



Copyright 2016 by Scott A. Ensminger.
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      A Waterfall Guide to Letchworth State Park by Scott A. Ensminger and Douglas K. Bassett. Now in its third edition this 104 page expanded and updated guide contains directions on how to reach the best viewing area for more than 25 waterfalls found in the park. There are nine maps that show the locations of the waterfalls and the trails used to reach the viewing areas. Over 50 black and white photographs of the waterfalls are included in the guide.

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