Sonoma Falls

Waterfall Name: Sonoma Falls
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Location: Rockland Twn

First Visit: 08-23-2014

State: New York State
Region: Southern Region
County: Sullivan County
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NYS Tourism Region: Catskill Mountains
NYDEC Region: Lower Hudson Valley

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Waterfall Location: N41.86899 W74.80211
Parking: N41.87148 W74.79980
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Stream, River: Little Beaver Kill
Height, Type: This Is A Six Tiered Waterfall.
Elevation: 1650 ft
Level of Difficulty, Hiking Distance: Moderate can be muddy or slippery at times

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My Resource: World Waterfall Database.
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Additional Information: Sonoma Falls

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Landmark: You Cannot Miss The Big Gate And The Signs At Entry To The Business Location.
Nearest Intersection: Old Liberty Rd and Cross Rd
Directions: From I-87 S near Kingston, Take exit 19 to the right towards Rt-28/Kingston/Rhinecliff Br and drive for .7 miles. Keep right onto Rt-28 W towards US-209/Ellenville/Rhinecliff Br and drive for .6 miles. Take the US-209 S ramp to the right towards Ellenville and drive for 26.9 miles. Turn right onto Canal St and drive for 19.3 miles. Keep right onto Triangle Rd and drive for .2 miles. Take the Rt-17 W ramp and drive for 7.8 miles. Take exit 97 to the right towards Morsston and drive for .1 miles. Turn left onto Old Liberty Rd and drive for .1 miles. Turn left onto Old Rt-17 and drive for .2 miles. Turn right onto Cross Rd and drive for .6 miles.

Comments, Notes: Sonoma falls country market and cider mill has just opened for business about a week before we arrived. The folks were very friendly and shared their excitement of their grand opening. They have fishing, hiking trails, a snack bar, fresh cider, a gift shop. They talked about being open for the winter months providing sledding opportunities as well as access to the falls. There is a small fee to access the falls, but well worth it all.