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Bash Bish Falls is a waterfall in southwestern Massachusetts, in the Taconic Mountains. The waterfall is the state's highest. The falls are made up of a series of cascades, nearly 200 feet (61 m) in total, with the final cascade being split into twin falls by a jutting rock, dropping in an 80-foot "V" over boulders to a serene pool below.
The waters of Bash Bish Falls begin at a spring in Mount Washington and after the falls, Bash Bish Brook continues on a gentler course through New York State until joining the Hudson River. The waterfall is at the mouth of a gorge formed during the last ice age. At the rear of the gorge (opposite the waterfall) is a 194 feet (59 m) sheer rock wall.