|Before we left Pennsylvania, we took a day to explore the area known as the Grand Canyon of Pennsylvania. Leonard Harrison State Park is beautiful, well-kept, and large. The canyon was not so long, but deep by eastern standards. Out west, it would barely be noticed except for the incredible greenery. We went up into New York's Finger Lakes region, drove along Seneca and Cayuga Lakes, and stopped to take pictures at Taughannock Falls. None of this prepared us for our next adventure, Letchworth State Park. We camped right in the Park, which is about 18 miles long and is named for William Pryor Letchworth, who donated his estate to New York in 1907. His former home is now the Glen Iris Inn, and from it you can look at the Middle Falls, which are lit up at night. There is a 7 mile path along the Genesee River, which formed the canyon, which is hundreds of feet deep. We explored the Falls Trail, as it is called, in short sections. We got to see all three waterfalls, and a small feeder, from different perspectives of height. The first day, we just got out of the truck at a bunch of overlooks, but on the second day, we knew just what we had missed and left ourselves enough time to hike up and down into the canyon and get closer to the falls.