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Chautauqua Gorge/Gulf Trail
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The Chautauqua Gorge, or Gulf, runs from just west of Mayville, New York, to Lake Erie. At the lower end of this trail is Devil’s Pool, a favorite swimming hole--but only for those who don’t mind cold water.

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