Roaring Kill Falls: A Photographic Study

December 04, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.

 

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill FallsPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.
Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead in the northern Catskills.Roaring Kill Falls in WinterPlatte Clove, Greene County

Roaring Kill Falls is a relatively unknown but scenic waterfall located near the head of Platte Clove and the Twin Mountain trailhead. The falls drop over a lengthy series of successive cascades ranging in height from 3 to 10 feet and over wide ledges up to 10 yards wide. Large boulders disrupt the chilly, chaotic flow of water downstream as the Roaring Kill (which is the name of the river as well as the falls) makes its way to join with the Schoharie Creek.

 


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