Teeter Creek Waterfall
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member matthew.klimek
N 42° 09.080 W 076° 06.868
18T E 407921 N 4667180
Quick Description: This creek (Teeter Creek) is a short intermittent stream.
Location: New York, United States
Date Posted: 7/10/2010 2:11:51 PM
Waymark Code: WM97QB
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member cache_test_dummies
Views: 10

Long Description:
Use supportive footwear when walking on edges of rocks in the creek bed.

It is best viewed during a period of ice and snow melt-off.
Generally, it is viewable from December through April.
Waterproof footwear is desirable because it is the easiest to walk in the stream bed.

During the summer, about of two inches of rainfall are required within a day or so, to view a impressive veil of white lace falling water.

I often use walking shoes and choose my steps quite carefully to avoid the water in the stream bed.
Type: Cascade

Parking Coordinates: N 42° 09.173 W 076° 06.819

Watercourse: Teeter Creek is a officially unnamed creek that flows into the Cornell Hollow

Waterfall Height: 70

Seasonality: Seasonal

Seasons of Best Flow: From: 12/1/2010 To: 5/31/2010

Viewpoint: Bottom

Path Up and Down: Partial

Walk Behind: Not at all

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