Joseph Bressler (ulydog) wrote in westernnyhikes,
Joseph Bressler

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Chimney Bluffs

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you wouldn't believe that it came from a place so close to Rochester because of our relatively tame landscapes. But about 45 mins away on the coast of Lake Ontario you can visit the park dedicated to these strange land formations from which you get a panoramic view of them. Or you can walk on the beach-line to experience them face to face in all their magnitude. There is an alternate hike that starts from the East Bay estuary where you are able to really appreciate the beautiful bay and lake bluff which is adjacent to Lake Ontario. On this trail you will also encounter many animals including wild turkeys and water snakes. As you enter the estuary you will find the remains of an abandoned farmstead next to the gate.
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