Bog River Falls
Bog River Falls is a scenic, two-tiered waterfall on Tupper Lake tributary, the Bog River. The stone bridge that spans the river also makes for a picturesque view.
The first set of falls is split in two by a formation of land. These 6-8-foot falls are rounded and smooth, and flow into a small holding area for the river before flowing out and over the second set of falls. These falls are said to measure approximately 30-feet in height and are more rocky and tumultuous as the water races over.
To get there: GPS: 44°07.721’N 74°32.696’W – Follow Route 30 north from Long Lake for approximately 12 miles. Look for County Route 421 on the left and follow that until you reach the bridge. Park on the left. 44.128681, -74.544859
This waterfall can be found in the Adirondack Waterfall Guide by Russell Dunn.
This waterfall is part of the Adirondack Fifty Falls Challenge Guide by John Haywood and Russell Dunn.
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Closest Geolocated Address: NY-421, Tupper Lake, NY 12986, USA
Location Lat/Long: 44.128582, -74.544884
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