Two Mile End


South of Ithaca, New York, is a state park named Robert Treman State Park. My son decided that we needed to hike up to the end of this gorge cut into solid rock over the millennia. Understand that the heights of this gorge are hundreds of feet from the bottom to top. As the trail followed the distance of the gorge, it would sink to the riverbed or rise to great heights, and the process repeated itself through the length until one gets to the falls in this photograph as well as several others. It is not to be missed. Gorgeous. However, to return to the car and home, one must traverse either the same trail or its partner under the south rim of the gorge. Leave it at —it was a long hike.

©2007 Joseph Yarbrough

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