Write-up: Sue Manier
Leader: Sue Manier
Co-Leader: Rick Manier
News Report: “A powerful storm ripped through Madison County Saturday afternoon and left a path of destruction behind. Trees came down along with power lines in Cazenovia leaving over a 1,000 National Grid customers in the area without power. Emergency management crews have been busy with flooding and now storm damage. As rain continues to relentlessly fall across Central New York, residents have been urged to prepare for flash flooding. The National Weather Service has extended a flash flood warning for parts of several counties in Central New York.”
The next day, weather calmed down and it was a beautiful sunny day. Thirteen Tramps arrived to hike Chittanango Falls State Park. With several park trails and bridges closed, we managed to hike what I believe was the shortest Tramp and Trail Club hike ever! 1.7 miles. But what pictures we took…amazing.
Many Faces of Chittanango Falls. Depending on the season Chittanango Falls can take on very different appearances. Visitors from all over come to see the 167 foot waterfall.