Havana Glen Falls is a 0.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Montour Falls, New York that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is best used from March until November.
Not much of a walk but beautiful. So worth it!
Short walk with a pretty waterfall you can walk right up to.
Very easy short walk. Worth the view but not very challenging at all.
I would consider this easy, not moderate, short walk to falls, but pretty, and worth the stop.
Not much to hike but the falls are beautiful. We ended up going up a trail and saw more waterfalls but it's on private property and do not suggest trying it! You can stand behind the waterfall
One of my favorite places for a swim!
Small hidden gem not far from Watkins Glen. Short hike close to the gorge walls.
Havana Glen is a must see. I agree with the person who said it is a mini Watkins Glen. You have the high gorge walls and similar geology and a beautiful water fall flowing over a sharp rock ledge into the plunge pool below. The moss and green on the rocks behind the waterfall add to the geology make it great picture taking. The hike is a short and easy hike up a flight of stairs bolted to the cliff and around the bend and you there. I went in the fall which is considered the off season and nobody was there. Had the whole glen and falls to myself.
A mini-Watkins Glen just down the road from the real one. A short railing-lined trail made of rock steps and ledges leads back to the falls. The trail is typically quiet except for on very hot days when locals come for a dip under the falls. A lovely picnic area and playground sit at the base of the falls.