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Category : Waterfall Locations

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 […]

The Flume on Gill Brook – Keene

Gill Brook on the Adirondack Mountain Reserve is one of the more heavily waterfall-populated waterways in the Adirondacks. One of the first waterfalls you will encounter along Gill Brook is “The Flume”. While this is a relatively small waterfall, its surroundings are magnificent! A short spur trail with a sign reading “The Flume” directs you to the left, off of Lake Road. This leads to a large and very deep pool that forms at the base of this waterfall which sits […]

Sonoma Falls, Sullivan County, New York

Sonoma Falls – Livingston Manor

The cider mill may not be open, but Sonoma Falls will always be there. The falls are beautiful and picturesque, although some have mentioned it looks smaller in person than in photos. We tend to take every waterfall as it is: a work of nature! Sonoma Falls – Livingston Manor Location: Livingston Manor, Rockland Town Parking and Trailhead: 41.87148, -74.79980 Stream/River/Watershed: Little Beaver Kill Height of Falls/Type: 75 ft, total 7 cascades Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Moderate can be muddy or slippery at […]

New Croton Dam

Croton Gorge Park

History and architecture come to life in this waterfall The waterfall at Croton Gorge Park, in Cortlandt, is only half the attraction as the massive New Croton Dam almost steals the show with its impressive 1800s architecture. The dam, built between 1837 and 1842, measures 297 feet tall by 266 feet wide and stretches 2,188 feet end-to-end. The reservoir now supplies 200-300 million gallons of water to New York City each day via aqueduct. Croton Gorge Park is a 97-acre […]

Faville Falls, Herkimer County, New York

Faville Falls – 3 Waterfalls – Dolgeville

Out of the way, Faville Falls is a retreat worth spending a little time exploring! Faville Falls – 3 Waterfalls AKA: Faville’s Falls Location: Dolgeville Parking and Trailhead: 43.10535, 74.80650 Stream/River/Watershed: Ransome Creek/Gillette Creek Height of Falls/Type: By Rd 25 ft Upper 10 ft Lower 20 ft, Drop Slide Cascade Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: About .4 Miles Roundtrip Comments/Notes: You can see the metal footbridge from the parking area. As you walk down toward the footbridge, you will see the first sets of […]

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