The Lower Falls are just as impressive a drop as the High Falls.
The Lower Falls are very under-visited waterfall on the Genesee River within the city of Rochester. They are the highest falls on the Genesee in Rochester but the High Falls are generally considered to be "larger".
A bridge - which begins as Driving Park Avenue on the west bank and turns into Avenue E on the east bank - offers an excellent view. You can access the base of the falls (getting dangerously close, for you death-defying adventurers and anglers) from Maplewood Park on the West or via a trail off of Seth Green Drive on the East bank.
The Lower Falls gorge. Photo by _yoshi_
The Lower Falls in Winter - by Andrew88 Remains of the Old Refectory in Maplewood Park near the Gorge.
Lower Falls, Rochester, photos and description on the commercial website nyfalls.com
Lower Falls on WaterFallsWest.com
Information on the Lower and Middle Falls by the Western New York Waterfall Survey.
200 Waterfalls in Central & Western New York A guidebook by Footprint Press with maps for visiting Lower and Middle Falls and 10 other Rochester-area waterfalls.
A Flickr album.