Huron Falls

May 25, 2015

State: Pennsylvania

Location: Ricketts Glen State Park

Height: 41

Crest: 15

Water Source: Kitchen Creek

Waypoint: 41.327778N 76.273889W

Summary: One of the many falls in Ricketts Glen State Park. The third significant fall from the top of Glen Leigh.

Huron Falls is the fourth falls from the top of Glen Leigh. The falls consists of a steep curving slide, followed by a sharp turn to the right, followed by a smaller, less steep drop. Because of the curve in the falls, you cannot really see all of it from a single vantage point.

From the trail you can get a really good view of the upper drop. You might have to get your feet wet to see the bottom.

The listed height for this falls is 41'. I am not sure if they are including some additional drops, as the two main ones do not seem to add up.

Nearby Falls

The bottom of Shawnee Falls is a short distance upstream of the top of Huron Falls. Ozne Falls, the second largest falls in Ricketts Glen is a sixth of mile downstream. The much bigger Ganoga Falls is about a mile away. Dozens of other waterfalls can be found within a 50 mile radius.

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View from botom

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