Hector Falls is one of the may picturesque falls in the Finger Lakes Country of Western New York. It is just north of Watkins Glen on the Sullivan Trail. Its waters once furnished power for pioneer flouring and grist mills.
Whispering Galls, Watkins Glen N.Y.
Central Cascade. This is the half-way point between the entrance of the Glen and the railroad bridge. Here on the south bank is one of the highest cliffs in the Glen. Each year, the Glen Gorge is visited by thousands of persons. Watkins Glen is one of the oldest Public Parks in America.
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