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Have you ever seen 115-feet-high Lucifer Falls frozen over? You can’t drive to the overlook on the Rim Trail at Robert H. Treman State Park southeast of Ithaca, NY. You need to walk for about 15 minutes on the Rim Trail to the spectacular view back toward Lucifer Falls. This is the only section of the Rim Trail that is open in the winter, and the Gorge Trail, which passes right next to the waterfall, is closed for the season. In this episode (184) of Walk in the Park, Tony Ingraham takes you on a guided walk to this memorable spot for a truly unusual view: Lucifer Falls completely clad in ice! Watch the show online (below), or on Ithaca, NY cable channel 13 at the following times:
Thursday, 12:00 noon and 9:00 PM, January 11
Friday, 8:30 PM
Saturday, 10:00 AM and 10:30 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM
Monday, 8:30 PM
Tuesday, 11:30 AM and 8:00 PM
Wednesday, 3:00 PM, January 17, 2018
This episode opens with a special short video from the Finger Lakes Land Trust, called “Creature Feature,” welcoming us to 2018.
In this episode (182) of Walk in the Park, we visit Owasco Lake, the Finger Lake directly east of Cayuga Lake. We look at the Owasco Lake watershed. Then we visit Fillmore Glen State Park in the valley of the Owasco Inlet south of the Owasco Lake. Named for Millard Fillmore, the 13th president of the United States who was born nearby, Fillmore Glen’s most attractive and accesible feature is the Cowsheds Falls.
We continue with a virtual flyover from Fillmore Glen, over the Owasco Flats, and north down Owasco Lake to Emerson Park in Auburn. We follow that with a video visit to Owasco Flats Nature Preserve, scenes along Owasco Lake moving north, finishing at the shore at the north end of Owasco Lake at Emerson Park.
Finally, we watch a short video about the Finger Lakes Land Trust’s campaign to establish a nature preserve along the east shore of Owasco Lake, which would be just the third publicly accessible conservation area along the lake.
You can watch this episode right here online anytime, and you can see it on Ithaca, NY public access cable channel 13 at the following times over the next week:
Thursday, 9:00 PM, Dec. 15, 2017
Friday, 8:30 PM
Saturday, 10:00 AM & 7:30 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM & 7:00 PM
Tuesday, 11:30 AM & 8:00 PM
Wednesday, 3:00 PM, December 20, 2017
In this episode of Walk in the Park (170), Holly Gregg and Andy Zepp of the Finger Lakes Land Trust tell us about the conservation organization’s accomplishments of the past year and exciting new initiatives and collaborations planned and underway.
Watch it below online anytime, or watch it on Ithaca, NY cable channel 13 at the following times:
Thursday, June 22, 9:00 PM
Friday, 3:30 PM
Saturday, 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM and 8:30 PM
Tuesday, 8:00 PM
Wednesday, June 28, 1:00 PM
Walk in the Park is an Ithaca, NY public access television series produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, at PEGASYS Studio of Spectrum TV.
Everybody loves trees, especially large trees. This time (Walk in the Park episode 154), we’ll look at some big trees in New York State, and consider the NY State Big Tree Register where all the champion trees are listed. Then we go to California to look at some really big trees, giant sequoias in the Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park. Watch it here online or on Ithaca cable TV at the following times:
9 PM Thursday, July 6, 2017
10 AM & 7:30 PM Saturday
10 AM & 7:30 Sunday
9:00 AM Monday
8 PM Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Walk in the Park episode 153. As autumn slips into winter, we take a look back at some of our fall foliage beauty in the Finger Lakes. Watch my 29-minute show here online anytime, or on Ithaca, NY area public access cable channel 13 at these times during 2017:
9 PM Thursday, Oct. 12, 2017
10 AM Saturday and 10 AM Sunday
8 PM Tuesday, Oct. 17
We visit Buttermilk Falls State Park; Connecticut Hill Wildlife Management Area, the Martin Preserve of the Finger Lakes Land Trust; Canandaigua Lake, the Hi Tor Wildlife Management Area, Bare Hill, South Hill, and Vine Valley; the east shore of Cayuga Lake from Union Springs and Frontenac Island to Lansing and finally Ithaca. Then we switch to Corpus Christi Texas to explore two natural areas: the Oso Bay Wetlands Preserve and the South Texas Botanical Garden and Nature Center. See the photos of our encounter with a western diamondback rattlesnake!
An aerial trip along the east side of Canandaigua Lake, featuring Conklin Gully in Hi Tor State Wildlife Management Area, Naples, NY; Great Hill, aka South Hill, with its Finger Lakes Land Trust preserve; Bare Hill and the Bare Hill State Unique Area; and Vine Valley. Aerial photography by Bill Hecht.
We begin this episode of Walk in the Park (149) with Heritage Day in upper Robert H. Treman State Park. Then we look at fall colors in the upper gorge and Lucifer Falls, attend the dedication of the new park entrance area at Ithaca Falls, and visit the Martin Nature Preserve of the Finger Lakes Land Trust in Schuyler County.
You can watch it on Ithaca, NY public access cable channel 13 at these times in 2017:
9:00 PM Thursday, October 6, 2017
10:00 AM Saturday and Sunday, October & 8
8:00 PM Tuesday, October 10, 2017
And you can stream it online anytime right here:
Walk in the Park is a weekly public access TV show on cable channel 13 in Ithaca, NY, produced by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions, at PEGASYS Studios of Time Warner Cable.
Take a look at my national award-winning book about Watkins Glen State Park, A WALK THROUGH WATKINS GLEN: WATER’S SCULPTURE IN STONE.
Watchable here online, and on Ithaca, NY area cable 13. Remaining cablecasts are at 10 AM Saturday and Sunday, August 6 & 7, 2016, and finally 8 PM Tuesday, August 9.
In this episode (144) of Walk in the Park, we look at the effect of continuing drought in the Finger Lakes which leaves little water to splash down our wonderful waterfalls in the region and even threatens the City of Ithaca’s water supply in Sixmile Creek. Meanwhile, the Finger Lakes Land Trust is raising funds to protect 12,000 feet of shoreline of Sixmile Creek. We rise up in the air for a beautiful ride over the Finger Lakes Land Trust’s Hinchcliff Family Preserve above the eastern shore of Skaneateles Lake. And we compare the nearly dry falls of Watkins Glen State Park with photos from wetter times. (Thanks to photographer Michael Fraser of Captured Moments Photography).
Walk in the Park is a weekly public access TV show produced in Ithaca, NY by Tony Ingraham, Owl Gorge Productions. Produced at PEGASYS Studios, Time Warner Cable.
See our national-award-winning book, A walk Through Watkins Glen-Water’s Sculpture in Stone.