Explorer | 30 pts
Trails are well kept up and beautiful as alway's. We visit the park every fall. 2008 was especially colorful. Be sure to stay on the trail's. There are some area's where some dangerous conditions could prove to be your last hike if you venture into area's that are not fenced off as well as they could be. These fall's are roughly 200 feet straight down. we've seen people sitting at the brink of the fall's where they should not be. Taughannock are the largest fall's east of the Mississippi. Very beautiful place to visit,and the hiking is fantastic and very scenic, but please, stay on the beaten path and be safe!