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Death Brook Falls – Raquette Lake, NY

Death Brook Falls

Death Brook Falls

Death Brook Falls, also known as Secret Falls, is a 70-foot cascade formed on a small tributary to Death Brook. The shape of this waterfall, similar to that of Beaver Meadow Falls in Keene, allows for a nice-looking cascade even in times of low water.

To get there: GPS: 43°48’34.3″N 74°35’34.1″W – From Blue Mountain Lake, follow Route 28 for approximately 9.4 miles. Look for a yellow gate on a dirt road on your left and park on the roadside in a small area near the gate (43.812855, -74.595966). From the gate, follow the road southwest to an open area. Walk straight across this area and pick up the trail. As you continue, the trail will pass by a scattering of moss-covered limestone blocks on the right. Continue on the path until you reach a small stream flowing from your right. Follow this stream up to the falls.

This waterfall can be found in the Adirondack Waterfall Guide by Russell Dunn.

For more information on New York State waterfalls, please visit our New York waterfall map.


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Closest Geolocated Address: 629 NY-28, Raquette Lake, NY 13436, USA
Location Lat/Long: 43.811943, -74.594444

Death Brook Falls – Raquette Lake, NY

43.809540, -74.592800

NOTE: Get Directions uses Geolocator for the closest known address. Double check directions prior to the start of your journey.

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