A photo gallery from Platte Clove and Huckleberry Point taken on different days.
The road sign (that has been mentioned prior) has recently received vandalism. Fall foliage is near its peak.
An interesting crooked growing tree, located north of the Devils Kitchen stone bridge that crosses Hells Hole Creek.
A palette of imagery from Plattekill Falls, Devils Kitchen and the creek that is named “Hell’s Hole Creek”.
Platte Clove Road was closed temporarily by the Haines Falls Fire Department due to an injury to a hiker. A few weeks backs a hiker died after a terrible fall in area known as the Grand Canyon in Devils Kitchen.
Photographs taken from Platte Clove Road. Several seasonal waterfalls can be seen in the distance along the roadway.
Devils Kitchen is great spot especially after a lot of rain. The water runs strong and everything is green. The top photo is my father standing on top of a Devils Kitchen boulder. The middle photo shows the path down
The top 2 photos of my father help show the size of the boulders and steepness of the mountain side in Devils Kitchen. The third photo shows the Devils Kitchen 100 year old bridge with the waterfall found underneath. This
A 360 image from Devils Kitchen of the Catskills. It is a beautiful image and one of my favorite 360s I have taken of the location.
Schalk’s Falls is a roadside waterfall and these photos were taken from the bridge that crosses the waterway of Plattekill Creek. Houses (Private Property) are on both sides of Schalk’s Falls. The height of Schalk’s Falls is 17 feet and
I started from the 100 year old stone bridge that crosses Hells Hole Creek and climbed down through Hells Hole from Devils Kitchen. At the bottom is a tall waterfall.
Three photos from Plattekill Falls from the same viewpoint with different focus points and exposure times with the camera. Each picture below from the same viewpoint offers an unique view of Plattekill Falls. Devils Kitchen area Platte Clove Road
Photograph taken in 2005. The 360 image contains approximately 38 photographs to form the full 360-degree view.