Category : Adirondacks

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Must-See New York State Waterfalls

The ultimate list of New York waterfalls by John Haywood New York state waterfalls are among the most diverse thanks to an ever-changing landscape. Thousands of waterfalls of all shapes and sizes are found across the Empire State. From the giants found at Niagara Falls State Park to the smaller roadside cascades that catch our eye as we drive along a scenic by-way, there are tons of “must-see” waterfalls in New York! We’ll explore some the best waterfalls all of […]

Death Brook Falls

Easy Adirondack Waterfall Hikes

Small Hikes with Big Rewards! by John Haywood Everyone loves good waterfall hikes, but not everyone can do a hike that’s over a certain length or difficulty level. The following waterfall hikes are short, and considered easy, and appropriate for the whole family! We’ve put together a list of 20 Adirondack waterfall hikes, and roadside falls, that are easy to do and appropriate for children to join in the fun. Always be extra careful around waterfalls, especially with children. Click […]

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Secluded Cascade – Keene Valley, Essex

Hidden Cascade #2 – Keene Valley, Essex | Accessible/May not be verified

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The Adirondack Fifty Falls Challenge is here!

The Adirondack Fifty Falls Challenge is here! Russell Dunn and John Haywood bring their years of experience and expertise together to bring you the Adirondack Fifty Falls Waterfalls Challenge! Waterfalls are a mainstay of the Adirondacks that attract people from all over who come to see their natural beauty. Many of these visitors come to the High Peaks region where the issue of overcrowding is prevalent. Our goal is to help alleviate overcrowding of parking areas, roadways, and trails by […]

Falls of Carillon – Ticonderoga, Essex

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 […]