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Adirondack Waterfall Roadtrip

A day-long waterfall adventure! by John Haywood Everyone loves New York waterfalls! Those roaring and splashing natural wonders can be found almost everywhere in the Adirondacks. The beauty of the mountains is they have the perfect terrain for the formation of cascades of all types. On this Adirondack Waterfall Roadtrip, you’ll encounter numerous waterfalls along Route 73 alone, and a few more on Route 86 leading to Wilmington, that are easily accessible or viewable from roadside. Aside from being just […]

Chasm Cascade – Keene Valley

North Fork Boquet River Falls – Chasm Cascade, Keene, NY Chasm Cascade, named as such in Russell Dunn’s Keene Valley Region Waterfall Guide, forms on the North Fork of the Boquet River. For more information on New York State waterfall locations, please visit out New York waterfalls map. Closest Geolocated Address: Location Lat/Long: NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your journey. Top 5 Nearby Locations:

Rainbow Falls at Ausable Chasm

Ausable Chasm – Keeseville

Ausable Chasm – Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks Ausable Chasm, known as the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks, is nearly 2.0 miles long, with over 0.5 miles of it traversable by boat. Stairways and walkways enable visitors to descend into the interior of the Chasm along the Inner Sanctum Trail. In addition to waterfalls, including one of the largest Adirondack waterfalls, there are interesting rock formations in the Chasm, including Elephant Head, Jacob’s Well, Hyde’s Cave, the Devil’s Oven, and […]

Chapel Pond Falls – Keene Valley

Chapel Pond Falls Chapel Pond Falls is formed on a tiny stream that drops into 19-acre, 0.5-mile-long Chapel Pond from the upper reaches of Round Mtn. The waterfall is located approximately where Chapel Pond goes around a bend as it continues northwest for another 0.1 mile. In the early spring, you can hear the fall faintly in the distance if you stand near the shoreline and listen closely. Unfortunately, only under the right conditions of lighting can bits and pieces […]

Twin Falls

Twin Falls – Keene, Essex

Twin Falls Twin Falls is a 30-foot-high seasonal cascade consisting of two large drops at the top followed by several smaller drops as it follows an unnamed brook downhill. This unnamed stream rises from the col between Giant Mountain and Rocky Peak Ridge. As the waterway approaches the bottom, it turns left and parallels Rte. 73 en route to its confluence with The North Fork of the Boquet River. As this waterfall tends to be seasonal, it is best seen […]

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