U.S.A. - Triphammer Falls, Ithaca, New York

Can you believe that this waterfall is inside of a University Campus?

U.S.A. - Triphammer Falls, Ithaca, New York

GPS: 42.451697, -76.480092
You can put the coordinates in google maps to see the localization

Photo taken by Mark Lonsinger

More infos about this place at: www.visitithaca.com/attractions/triphammer-falls-on-fall-creekcornell-campus-969



21 comments:

  1. Hi.
    This proves that Nature and Humans can work together to make amazing places.

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  2. amazing place , really interesting.

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  5. Thanks Dennelton,

    We take notes for future posts

    Brgds
    The Secret Places team

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  6. i have friends who went to cornell but none of them ever mentioned this to me

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  7. This is why this Blog exists... to show "Secret Places"...

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  8. nice work n amazing place to watch

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  9. Unfortunately, it collapsed a couple of years ago so the water plant building is now gone. :(

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  10. Killermallow, thanks for the information... unfortunately it's confirmed that the water plant is now gone... but the waterfall remains intact... maybe not so magic without the water plant...

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  11. well im glad someone captured this photo before it fell so there is a record of its beauty.

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  12. There are numerous waterfalls on Cornell's campus. I was quite amazed when I first became aware of this. It's got to be one of the most beautiful campuses in the world.

    I used to study very near to where this photo was taken. The sound is as beautiful as the view.

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  13. Oh, and it's not at all secret; it's very much in plain sight.

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  14. No I think its a unrevealed place, which must be visited.

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  15. Yeah it was a bummer when the power plant building collapsed, but its still a cool place.

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