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Waterfalling

May 14th, 2019

Waterfalls are alive with energy; each having its own distinct personality.  Many local waterfalls are accompanied by folk tales or legends that explain their reputations – some soft and gradual, others more severe – each one a unique expression of natural strength and beauty.

The varying terrain throughout the Berkshire Mountains, Litchfield Hills, and Oblong Valley is decorated by a plethora of waterfalls.  Dramatic forces of nature that demand attention yet simultaneously calm our senses with their sound, cool misty air, and turbulently churning pools of water.

“Many a calm river begins as a turbulent waterfall, yet none hurtles and foams all the way to the sea.”
-Mikhail Lermontov

“Waterfalling” has become a pastime.  Channel your path through the Berkshire Mountains and explore some of the Tri-state region’s most impressive natural forces:

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