lake erie and downtown cleveland.
great falls of tinkers creek.
the left side of the falls and the old stone tunnel and viaduct.
brandywine falls. pretty, but its ease of access makes the whole experience superficial.
blue hen falls is in a more secluded area but is not all that impressive.
however, if you hike down the creek from blue hen falls you will find buttermilk falls, a more secluded and interesting waterfall.
the top of buttermilk falls and the view from below.
looking down on buttermilk falls.
me on top of the falls.
some green life sprouting up.
ritchie ledges. interesting crevices, caves, and cliffs formed by glaciers many years ago.
everything was relatively bleak while we were there, here are some pictures of the area during other times of the year.
trees grow in the damndest places (this is a vertical cliff).
me standing above a crevice and megan standing in one.
mt. washington from downtown.
the incline up mt. washington and a neighborhood on mt. washington.
us and one of the viewing platforms on mt. washington.
pittsburgh from mt. washington.
looking left, center, and right.
the old and the new.
three points park.
the omni penn hotel and other buildings.
a rock filled gorge we climbed up. located between eckert and breakneck bridges.
various views of the area and megan using a vine to ascend a steep slope.
bouldering up the falls.
top of breakneck falls.
we were there.
hells hollow area.
hells hollow falls.
more beautiful times.