Ithaca is Gorges and Waterfall Tour

What to expect
  • Explore the college town of Ithaca during a tour that features the area’s waterfalls and gorges
  • Spend the morning driving around Ithaca, and the afternoon hiking in Robert Treman Park
  • Learn about the history of the area from a knowledgeable local guide
  • Finish your tour with homemade ice cream sandwiches from local ice cream shop, Purity Ice Cream
What’s up with Ithaca? Find out during this four-hour guided exploration!

You begin by spending the morning on a driving tour of the city, visiting four different waterfalls, and exploring the gorges carved out by two waterways bordering the Cornell University Campus, Fall Creek and Cascadilla Creek. Highlights include a crossing of the 138-foot Cornell Suspension bridge, and a visit to Ithaca Falls in city’s downtown.

Following the morning portion of the tour, you’ll head off to hike the Robert Treman Park, making your way through a scenic gorge that offers flagstone stairs, bridges, and more incredible waterfalls. You’ll find the hike to be suitable for beginners and family friendly, appropriate for children as young as six.

Throughout the day, your local guide will also offer insights into the area’s human and natural history.

And following the hike, you’ll head to Purity Ice Cream for homemade ice cream sandwiches.

It’s always nice to save the best for last!

Note: Please inform vendor of any mobility or dietary restrictions.
Key Highlights
Price $83.00 per guest
Duration / Session 4 hours
# Sessions 1
You may cancel without penalty up to and including eight (8) days before the day of the tour. If you have made partial or full payment, you will receive a full refund. If you cancel between seven (7) days and two (2) days, inclusive, before the day of the tour, full charges (100%) are incurred. We will issue you a credit for half (50%) of the value of the tour which may be a applied to any of our tours in the future. No refunds inside of 24 hours of activity start time.

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