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Category : Waterfall Locations

Twin Falls – Clare

Twin Falls in Clare is a 55-foot waterfall on the South Branch of the Grasse River. ***** NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your journey. Closest Geolocated Address: Location Lat/Long: NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for the closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your journey. Top 5 Nearby Locations:

Bulkhead Falls – Clare

Bulkhead Falls in Clare is an 8-10ft waterfall on the Grasse River. ***** NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your jouney. Closest Geolocated Address: Location Lat/Long: NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for the closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your journey. Top 5 Nearby Locations:

Copper Rock Falls – Clare

Copper Rock Falls in Clare is a 15ft waterfalls that forms on the South Branch of the Grasse River. A 0.5 mile trail from Tooley Pond Road lead to the slide-type waterfall that drops 10ft at its final drop. The Grasse River is home to nearly a dozen waterfalls in St Lawrence County. ***** NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your jouney. Closest Geolocated Address: Location Lat/Long: NOTE: Get […]

Basford Falls – Clare

Basford Falls is a 15-20ft waterfall that forms on the South Branch of the Grasse River in Clare.   To get there: From Dsegrasse, junction of Fine-Canton-Lisbon Rd and Tooley Pond Rd, Turn onto Tooley Pond Rd and drive south for 1.4 miles and park along the shoulder. There will be a footpath on the west side of the road that leads to a view of the falls.     ***** NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for closest known address. […]

Stag Brook Block Cascade

Block Cascade on Stag Brook – Wilmington

Block Cascade on Stag Brook – Wilmington The Block Cascade is a broad, 20-foot-high block cascade that forms on the upper section of Stag Brook, a tributary to the West Branch of the Ausable River, that rises from Whiteface Mountain. To get there: GPS: 44°21.415’N 73°52.136’W – From Stag Brook Falls [see chapter on Stag Brook Falls for directions], follow the trail uphill for approximately 0.25 mile. At that point, a service road crosses Stag Brook Trail. Continue hiking uphill […]

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