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Quite a few people have been injured and killed trying to climb up the loose shale walls of the gorge. 21 south for about 3.3 miles and then turn left onto Ogden Road.Almost every year the local fire departments are called out to rescue people who are stuck too.(Imagine how embarrassing that would be!! Come visit & have fun, but stick to the paths or the floor of the gorge ." Hike from Taylor Road through scenic gorge to traditionally nudist area. After crossing a bridge, turn left at the first street, Chestnut Street (county road 21). Follow Ogden road 1.5 miles and then turn left onto Taylor Road (a gravel road).you may want to tell your readers not to drink the water." Maybe no longer a danger, but keep your head out of the water to be safe.We received this email caution:� The Chautauqua gorge is a great place to visit, but you should warn your visitors about climbing there.Follow Taylor Road a short distance to the dead end sign where there is a small parking area on the left.A very rough road continues down into a deep valley. Camping is allowed in the Catskill Nature Preserve anywhere in the preserve - spring summer and fall and below 3500 feet in winter. To get here from Kingston on I-87 at Exit 19, take RT 28 west a very short distance then turn south on RT 209. This from a recent (5/2016) visitor: "Because of the abuse to the area and all of the garbage left behind, there are now no parking signs all along the road and the police are ticketing and booting cars; they are also issuing citations for alcohol use." PHOTO 1 , PHOTO 2 , PHOTO 3 , PHOTO 4 , PHOTO 5 , PHOTO 6. Turn right (southwest) on county RT 42, toward Sundown. Follow Upper Cherrytown Rd for 4.5 miles to a parking area on the right. LAT, LON lat=44.44124, lon=-73.69054(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP Uncertain. Lots of rocks and flat ledges above falls, many deep swimming holes, slide down falls. As of summer 2008, this area has been made into a park but the swimming hole is still here. Continue on RT 86 as it turns south and go to where RT 86 crosses the West Branch Ausable River (just before the Hungry Trout Restaurant). : Return to RT 9N and continue south to Stone House Rd. Here there is a beach and swimming hole called "The Rock". LAT, LON lat=44.35207, lon=-73.75441(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. I would say since its close to the road that bathing suits are customary and everyone wore one.
There are also small pools for soaking or swimming a few strokes and level space along the creek for sunbathing.
From there, if you follow the creek, you will pass several swimming places FIRST HOLE, SECOND HOLE, THIRD HOLE until you get to Skinny Dip Falls LINK TO INFO AND PHOTOS . Updated 7/2010 An easier way to get into the gorge, further south, i.e., upstream, of the way above. When you get to Mayville, turn west (right) on RT 430.
LAT, LON [HIKE TO] lat=42.25181, lon=-79.57414(source: De Lorme) (accuracy: approximate) LINK TO GOOGLE MAP. There is a very nice, deep swimming hole right at the bottom of this trail but it is hard to walk up or downstream from here unless you walk in the creek. Go about 1.5 miles then turn west (right) on Hannum Rd.. about 3 miles (turns into gravel) to where there is a picnic area and some primitive (no tables, no water, porta-potties) camping.
CAUTION: Spring water levels make this a dangerous, Class 5 rapids.
Swim later in the summer, do not swim or stand in fast currents.
Turn right on RT 28N for about 9.5 miles to a few miles past Minerva (past Murdie's General Store) then go west (left) on Northwoods Club Rd.. Updated 12/10/2002 Swimming place with sand beach and popular picnic place on Cedar River. Signs say "NO SWIMMING" in stream in gorge above falls, but there is evidence that some do swim there.