Beginning and End

The first and last waterfall for this hike on the South Rim Trail

Spanned by two bridges, the first falls of Taughannock State Park traverse an elevation change of over 100 feet.

It is wonderful to stand on the railroad bridge winters and early springtime to marvel at the ice formations and, for regulars, to notice changes wrought by the season. Here I stand underneath the railroad bridge, a bridge support girder shows up top, on the South Rim trail.

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3 thoughts on “Beginning and End

    1. Thanks for asking, Kelly. It is a bridge over Taughannock Creek on Jacksonville Road. That is a cosmetic stone facing mostly visible from the trail and does suggest a footbridge. There is a footbridge over the creek, in fact, this view looks under the bridge. It is a former railroad bridge, rather functional in appearance with exceptional views of the waterfall and gorge.

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