"Here is today’s final “Jeopardy” question. (You’ve bet it all. Let’s see if you’ll win loads of cash and return as tomorrow’s champion or leave a loser with a year’s supply of licorice.) The answer is “These falls in the Catskills are higher than Niagara Falls.” After that cute little “Jeopardy” song runs its course, you guess, anxiously, “What are the Kaaterskill Falls?” You’re right! The emcee shakes your hand! You will return as tomorrow’s champion, sending your rivals, the part-time farmhand and the nuclear physicist, home with armfuls of licorice. OK, OK, it’s not a likely scenario. But even if knowing about the Kaaterskill Falls never makes you famous and wealthy, you’ll be glad you made the trip. A wide, level path leads 0.25 mile to the top of this spectacular waterfall. Here, surefooted kids and adults can sit on the rocks and watch the water disappear over the escarpment in a pair of dramatic falls. Although children can wade and splash in the shallow pools of Spruce Creek well above the waterfall, they must take care not to venture too close to the sheer cliff over which the water spills. The Kaaterskill Falls is considered one of the Catskills’ most spectacular sites . . . and you never know when a few little facts about a waterfall in upstate New York will come in handy."