Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists of conditions not readily apparent. If used, other advance bicycle warning signs should be installed no less than 15 m (50 ft) in advance of the beginning of the condition.

Bicycle Hill, Black and White

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists…

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists of conditions not readily apparent. If used, other advance bicycle warning signs should be installed no less than 15 m (50 ft) in advance of the beginning of the condition.

Bicycle Hill, Color

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists…

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists of conditions not readily apparent. If used, other advance bicycle warning signs should be installed no less than 15 m (50 ft) in advance of the beginning of the condition.

Bicycle Hill, Outline

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists…

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists of conditions not readily apparent. If used, other advance bicycle warning signs should be installed no less than 15 m (50 ft) in advance of the beginning of the condition.

Bicycle Hill, Silhouette

Other bicycle warning signs such as the Hill sign may be installed on bicycle facilities to warn bicyclists…

An illustration of a cliff located in the Adirondacks.

Cliff

An illustration of a cliff located in the Adirondacks.

Historically, the name referred to a large shelf of rock which jutted out from the Canadian shore, located just north of the present observation and commercial complex. Revealed in the mid-1700s as the Horseshoe Falls receded, Table rock was the first major vantage point for tourists of the early and mid-1800s. In 1818 the first part of the rock collapsed, followed by minor rock falls in 1828 and 1829. The most notable rock fall occurred in July, 1850, wen roughly one-third of the point collapsed into the Niagara Gorge.

Table Rock

Historically, the name referred to a large shelf of rock which jutted out from the Canadian shore, located…