39.178865, -79.120928 (Roadside Trailhead)

Greenland Gap Preserve

"The primary feature of the preserve is the well developed, symmetrical water gap formed by the North Fork of Patterson Creek.  The entire Gap is ringed by Oriskany Sandstone cliffs, which rise 800 feet above the cool, clear waters of the creek.  The gap was also the site of an April 1863 battle between a small band of federal troops and General Jones’ cavalry.

TNC and partners use this preserve for research in the ecology of the Allegheny woodrat, which is declining throughout its range. "

Patterson Creek Falls aka Falls Gap Falls aka Greenland Gap Falls

Falls Gap