Park Rd, Mt Morris, NY, US location_on N 42 43.270, W 077 55.650
The ridge jutting into the canyon is called "The Hogsback" for its resemblance to a wild boar's high hunched spine. The Genesee river flows one mile around this narrow peninsula. The river turns in many directions within the park, including nearly due south in its overall northward flow, but this is its most abrupt loop.
Hint: base of tree
Hunt, NY, US location_on N 42 35.189, W 078 01.323
The appearance of the Lower Falls has changed dramatically since the mid-1950's. At that time the Lower Falls consisted of two distinct sections, a lower section and an upper section, with about 350 feet separating them. The crest of the lower section was located roughly 350 feet upstream of the foot bridge. It had a drop of approximately 30 feet and a crest width of roughly 70 feet. The crest of the upper section of the Lower Falls had a drop of approximately 40 feet and a crest width of roughly 300 feet.