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In 1991 I initiated the Western New York Waterfall Survey. Its purpose is to catalog all of the falls in the western half of New York State.

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This waterfall faces to the northeast, is 10 feet (3 m) high and has a crest that is 30 feet (9 m) wide. It is found on Conesus Creek in a small town park.

This view is from a trail beside the creek.

For more information on this waterfall visit Western New York Waterfall Survey

The Upper Falls in Letchworth State Park is 70 feet (21 m) high, has a curving crest that is 300 feet (91 m) long and faces to the northeast. It is found on the Genesee River.

This view is from one of the many trails in the park.

For more information on this waterfall visit Western New York Waterfall Survey

At 107 feet (33 m) in height this waterfall is the most impressive in Letchworth State Park. It is found on the Genesee River, faces to the northeast and has a crest that is 285 feet (87 m) wide.

This view is from an overlook along the trail.

For more information on this waterfall visit Western New York Waterfall Survey

This waterfall has a dam built on its 120 foot (37 m) wide crest. The falls faces to the northeast and is 20 feet (6 m) high. It is found on Honeoye Creek.

This view is from a bridge that spans the creek.

For more information on this waterfall visit Western New York Waterfall Survey.

High Falls is located on the Genesee River and has a height of 96 feet (29 m) and a crest width of 200 feet (61 m). The falls faces to the northwest.

This view is from the Point-de-Rennes pedestrain bridge.

For more information on this waterfall visit Western New York Waterfall Survey.

Nice shot of the Lower Falls.

The waterfall is known as Deh-ga-ya-soh Falls. The name means Nameless Spirts in the Seneca language.

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