Diamond Notch Falls

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Diamond Notch Falls is formed on the Westkill, a medium-sized stream that rises on the south slopes of Hunter Mountain and flows into Schoharie Creek at Lexington. The waterfall is roughly 10 feet high. A footbridge spans the creek just upstream from the falls. (Catskill Waterfall Guide by Russell Dunn)

May 25th 2007 Friday

Diamond Notch Falls

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I revisited Diamond Notch Falls on May 25, 2007. The drive to the falls was simple and open. The short easy hike to falls was open but a bit muddy. Unfortunately at the falls a large tree has fallen on top of Diamond Notch Falls. Also I think due to the cooler weather this s [...]

Aug 8th 2005 Monday

Diamond Notch Falls 360

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Aug 8th 2005 Monday

Diamond Notch Falls

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Diamond Notch Falls with a pedestrian bridge for hikers [...]

Jul 8th 2005 Friday

Diamond Notch Falls Walkway Bridge 360

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This is the pedestrian walkway bridge that crosses over the Westkill just above Diamond Notch Falls. This bridge was destroyed by Hurricane Irene in 2011. […]