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Dig The Falls Announces Paul Smith’s Scholarship

Dig The Falls Announces Paul Smith’s Scholarship Over the course of the past couple years, Dig The Falls has evolved from being just a source for New York waterfall locations to embracing the message of stewardship and taking a more involved role on environmental conservation. While we have added over 3,000 locations to our map, we have also added a number of partnerships, like teaming with The Upstate Experience,  and have sponsored a number of events and programs such as […]

Lake George

Invasive Species Management Partnership

NYS Invasive Species Management Partnership When the majority of us head out into the woods or out on the lake for a fun day of recreation, we seldom think, if at all, about the impact that a tiny insect or fish could have on an entire ecosystem. We also don’t consider the impacts of not rinsing down a boat or waders, or checking clothing and hiking gear for hitch-hiking beetles. The simple truth is that the majority of us just […]

Ultimate Adirondack Waterfall Roadtrip

By John Haywood Everyone loves waterfalls! Those wonderful natural wonders make the perfect backdrop for a picnic, centerpiece to a photo, or cool spot to beat the heat on Summer day. The best part about waterfalls, though, is the diversity. There are so many shapes and sizes as well as easy hikes, demanding hikes, roadside falls… you name it. There is a waterfall for everyone! While the Adirondacks are known mostly for the mountains, there are hundreds and hundreds and […]

Falls of Carillon – Ticonderoga

The LaChute River is a two-mile waterway in Ticonderoga that connects Lake George to Lake Champlain. The LaChute drops a total of 230 feet as it flows over several falls. One such waterfall is The Falls of Carillon (French; pronounced carry-on). Ticonderoga, formerly known as Carillon, is also home to Fort Ticonderoga; formerly known as Fort Carillon. Hence, the name of the falls. LaChute Falls is another name for this waterfall. This waterfall, with the remnants of a dam near […]

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Accomplishing Our Mission! Giving back to our communities.

Dig The Falls has always supported cleaner, safer outdoor places to visit. We have worked tirelessly to raise funds that allow us to carryout our mission and give back to the community! That said, we are excited to announce that Dig The Falls has supported the Ausable River Association‘s Porta-John program in the Adirondacks with a sponsorship! The program, aimed to reduce littering and the reduction of human waste in and around the rivers, provides a Porta-John for travelers, fishermen, bicyclists, […]

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