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Dig The Falls Announces Partnership on Narrows Project

Dig The Falls, along with Waterfalls of Upstate New York are excited to announce a partnership with The Post Contemporary,  Rensselaer Land Trust, and City of Troy on the Narrows Cascades and Heritage Trail in Troy, NY. This extensive, multi-phase project is a proposed five-mile trail system that highlights the hidden treasures along the Wynantskill and Poestenkill which wind through the city of Troy and into the Hudson River. Both waterways are rich in history, going back to the days […]


New York State Waterfall Map v3.6 BETA

The Dig The Falls Waterfall Survey has been upgraded… And you are the first to know about it (if you happen to be up past midnight, that is)! Dig The Falls is proud to release our first BETA version map that has so many significant changes it deserved its very own version number, plus a bump in dot releases. With the public-facing map sporting over 2,500 individual waterfall locations, we see it fair to say we have the most comprehensive […]

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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, […]

I love My Park Day 2018

#digthefalls sponsored #ilovemyparkday2018 … …With a huge thank you going out to Parks & Trails New York for helping us along the way!! Dig The Falls had team members peppered across New York trying to provide as much assistance as we could for this amazing event. We were able to network with park officials and even land some newspaper/airtime. What was most amazing was the level of acceptance and support that was offered at each one of the sites we volunteered […]


NYS Falls 2016: deprecated… NYS Falls 2017: Upgraded…

New York State Waterfalls 2018: Mind Blown!!! I (Edward M. Smathers… or just plain Ed 🙂 … Talking here) believe we made a mistake and did not update our user base on how phenomenal of a year 2017 was for us. Before I get too far off track, I wanted to update everyone on the finer points of what has been happening with Dig The Falls. Read all the way through: I promise it’s great information. We made huge strides in […]

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