Overview Tinkers Falls is a 0.5 mile out and back handicap accessible trail located near Tully, New York that features a waterfall. Reviews Photos Tracks Steve Friedman (81) about 1 month ago N/A: 1 Completed 1 Reviews Not really a hike as its only .5 mile to waterfalls that were pretty much dried up, I guess If they were better it would have been worth the drive. Chelsea Seeber (44) 4 months ago N/A: 6 Completed 1 Reviews The dog and I loved this trail. It was rough going back down in the snow and mud, but the trail was very clearly marked. Nice and steady with very few steep areas made for a relaxing hike up, and the falls were really neat, as well. I hiked the back way from Herlihy Rd., which made it a few miles there and back. Definitely will be making a return trip in summer. Big Dream Walker (3866) over 1 year ago N/A: 29 Completed 18 Reviews Great hike from Tinker Falls to hang glider take off area and back. Fresh snowfall made going to Spruce pond too difficult. Return trip I took the blue blazed Onondaga trail to top of falls - this is why I love hiking. Great trip. Victoria Dunbar (132) over 1 year ago N/A: 3 Completed 2 Reviews Very short easy walk to the waterfall. Had fun climbing it! Jennifer Bensinger almost 2 years ago N/A: 11 Completed 9 Reviews Very Easy short walk to the waterfall. Trail is level and well maintained. Jared Brickman (1901) almost 2 years ago N/A: 24 Completed 22 Reviews A nice walk in the woods to a small, but pretty waterfall. The trail is handicap accessible, so very easy. However, if you want a more involved hike, there's access to the rim trail (just a couple hundred yards down the trail) which takes you up to an overlook of the waterfall and connects with the Finger Lakes Trail. Jack Borklund (311) about 2 years ago N/A: 11 Completed 1 Reviews Amazing trail that is well maintained. James Gallagher about 2 years ago N/A: 27 Completed 13 Reviews fun place beautiful falls. They have made the trail handicap accessible so it doesn't get much easier. We went here after we had crossed over the falls on a 10 mile hike through Morgan Hill State Forest which was considerably more challenging. All in all a GREAT DAY !!! Rachel Zyla (144) over 2 years ago N/A: 7 Completed 3 Reviews awesome day to go out. even brought the pup Rick Sutliff (140) over 2 years ago N/A: 10 Completed 4 Reviews It used to be a trail, now its a paved road ! To walk to the base of the falls is about 1/4 mile. But it connects to the Onondaga trail and you can follow it for 12 miles to Highland forest. Its a great hike, though some of it is on road.