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Photograph America Newsletter on Waterfalls at Ricketts Glen State Park
 
In northeastern Pennsylvania on the southern edge of the Appalachian Plateau, mountain streams have cut deep gorges through old-growth forests of pine, oaks, and hemlock. This newsletter concentrates on two fast-flowing cascades that drop a thousand feet down the Allegheny front in a series of dramatic waterfalls before they unite at the bottom and flow into the Susquehanna River. There, at Ricketts Glen State Park, is an overabundance of dramatic waterfalls, some as tall as ninety feet, which every nature photographer should discover. Learn where, when and how to enjoy a safe and successful photo adventure in the forests of Pennsylvania.
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In northeastern Pennsylvania on the southern edge of the Appalachian Plateau, two fast-flowing streams drop a thousand feet down the Allegheny front in a cascade of dramatic waterfalls. Learn where, when and how to enjoy a safe and successful photo adventure in Ricketts Glen State Park.
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Locations
  • Adams
  • B. Reynolds
  • Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania
  • Cayuga
  • Conestoga
  • Delaware
  • Erie
  • Falls Trail
  • F. L. Ricketts
  • Ganoga
  • Glen Leigh
  • Harrison Wright
  • Huron
  • Kitchen Creek
  • Lake Jean
  • Mohawk
  • Mohican
  • Murray Reynolds
  • Oneida
  • Onondaga
  • Ozone
  • R. B. Ricketts
  • Seneca
  • Shawnee
  • Sheldon Reynolds
  • Tuscarora
  • Wyondot