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||Wolf Creek, a tributary of
the Genesee River, in Letchworth
Park, Wyoming County.
||Public, Letchworth State Park.
There is a park admission fee in the summer. Wolf Creek is 12.5 miles
from the Mt. Morris entrance gate to the park. There is a large parking
lot, picnic area, and walking trails in the area where Wolf Creek
crosses Park Road.
|| There is extensive hiking
on well maintained trails along the rim of the Genesee gorge. Cross
the footbridge and follow the trail toward the river to overlook the
main Wolf Creek Falls which is over 200 feet high in 3 stages.
||Our visit to Wolf Creek was
in late November a few days before the start of hunting season. All
during our hike, we could hear hunters getting ready (presumably target
shooting and presumably outside the boundary of the park). We hiked
the rim trail on both sides of the Wolf Creek falls to get a look
at the Genesee River far below as well as the beautiful waterfall.
From the Wolf Creek parking lot, it is an easy 3 mile hike (one way)
on the rim trail to the Lower Falls of the
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