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The Finger Lakes were created by glaciers thousands of years ago, which scoured the earth, leaving finger-like lakes surrounded by hills.

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Fingerlakes Winery on Seneca Lake, New York, Print, Winter Landscape, Wine, Landscape Photography, Gifts, Note Cards, Water, Lake, Snow

Finger Lakes Winery on Seneca Lake

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Wine + The Great Outdoors = The Best Vacation Ever

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Rice Hill in Taughannock Falls State Park is one of the best sledding hills in the Finger Lakes. This photo, from the warming hut, looks out over the hill and Cayuga Lake, the largest lake in the Finger Lakes.

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Buttermilk Falls State Park

Buttermilk Falls Sate Park | Upstate New York | Finger Lakes Region

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Watkins Glen State Park |Finger Lakes State Parks|, New York #Magical! :) been here...just beautiful...

February tends to be the coldest month of the year. In certain parts of the Finger Lakes, temperatures can dip down to -20°F, but this doesn't happen every year.

Hiking is a popular activity in the Finger Lakes at any time of the year. This is the Finger Lakes Trail through Robinson Hollow State Forest in Richford (Tioga County) on 17 March 2013. There were 30 hikers in this group. For more information about Richford, visit

Commonly called Taughannock Falls, this is technically the middle falls in Taughannock Falls State Park. It is the longest falls east of the Mississippi River and longer than Niagara Falls. Taughannock Creek is a tributary to Cayuga Lake, the largest lake in the Finger Lakes. For more information about Taughannock Falls, visit

Taughannock Falls State Park is located in the Town of Ulysses (Tompkins County), New York on State Route 89. The boat launch leads directly into Cayuga Lake, the largest lake in the Finger Lakes region. For more information about Taughannock Falls State Park, visit

Michigan Creek in the Danby State Forest, Danby (Tompkins County), New York. Photo was taken from a bridge called Diane's Crossing along the Finger Lakes Trail. For more information about the Finger Lakes Trail, visit