Western New York Waterfall Survey
County Waterfall Pages


Introduction

       Each county couvered by the survey has its own page of waterfalls you can visit. At the start of a county page, on the left side, you will find a small locater map for the county that you have selected. To the right of the map is a link to the county tourism web page. Below the tourism link is a green box with links to adjacent county pages and links to TopoQuest topographic maps showing the location of the highest and lowest point in the selected county. Under the green box is a pull down menu that will take you to any county in the survey area. On the left side of the page, following the pull down menu, is an outline map of the county showing the locations of the waterfalls you can visit. Next to the county map is a green box with an alphabetical listing of the waterfalls. Click on the name to jump to that waterfall. The information on this web site does not give anyone the right to trespass on private property. You must obtain permission to enter private property.


Corrections and additions to this
information are strongly encouraged.

Some of the pages are under construction.
I'm workin' on it, please check back from time to time.

To go to a county waterfall page click on a county in the map below.


Or click on a county name below.


Allegany |Cattaraugus |Cayuga |Chautauqua |Chemung |Cortland |Erie |Genesee

Livingston |Monroe |Niagara |Onondaga |Ontario |Orleans |Schuyler |Seneca

Steuben |Tioga |Tompkins |Wayne |Wyoming |Yates

Or you can use the blue button of the
pull down menu below to select a county.

       Below is a map of New York State showing the 22 counties covered by the Western New York Waterfall Survey and the number of known waterfalls in that county.


Dig The Falls and the Western New York Waterfall Survey have been collaborating on a list of waterfalls found in New York State. The list is on the Dig The Falls web site under Location Details. To view the list you must join the DTF Community. Registration for the DTF Community is quick, easy, and free!

In an effort to make the list as complete and accurate as posable, additions and corrections to it are strongly encouraged. You can contact either DTF by email at Info@DigTheFalls.com or WNYWS by email at falzguy@verizon.net


Copyright 2016 by Scott A. Ensminger.
This information may not be reproduced without written permission.

    You can send me e-mail at: falzguy@verizon.net



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