LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The way is now open from Mount Morris to the Glen Iris Inn and the park’s three biggest waterfalls.
Letchworth’s main east-west vein of travel, closed in the area of the Perry entrance every winter, is now completely open to vehicle traffic.
Unable to find marketplace offers.
This means that vehicles can enter in Mount Morris and drive past the dam, Hog’s Back and St. Helena to access the park’s most grandiose scenes: lower, middle and upper falls, Inspiration Point, and the Glen Iris Inn.
Visitors can still access these places year-round by driving around the length of the park and entering from Castile.
This end of the park also has the state-of-the-art Humphrey Nature Center, which is a hub of conservation activity and public education besides being a key partnership between the Park and SUNY Geneseo.
A park map is accessible here.
Access to trails along the upper falls is still restricted to the public due to the construction at the new trestle railroad bridge.