Double Drop Falls, Lewis County, New York

Double Drop Delight on the Moose River

 

 

Double Drop Rapids, Moose River – Lyons Falls

Location: Lyons Falls, Lyonsdale Town
Park/Area: —–

Parking: N43.61855 W75.30468
Trailhead: N43.61929 W75.30331
Stream/River/Watershed: Moose River
Height of Falls/Type: 10 ft, Steps Class IV Rapids
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Roadside or .6 mile roundtrip to base of falls

Comments/Notes:
Popular Whitewater Rafting Route, Bottom of the Moose River
Double Drop Falls can be viewed from the footbridge to your right looking upstream.
This parking area is also used to access three other waterfalls: Lyonsdale Falls, T-Bone Falls and Sliding Rock Falls
From the parking area, walk towards the footbridge. At some point in time this road was open for traffic to pass through. As you come upon the bridge you will see to your right the water coming down under the bridge to your left. This one is Lyonsdale Falls. Continue across the bridge, if you look straight ahead and to the left of the road you will see T-bone Falls in the distance. It is approximately .1 miles from parking to T-Bone Falls, and also the trail beginning for the next two waterfalls. At about .1 mile you will see a trail sign off to your right. The trail is easy to follow. There were a few muddy spots but nothing you can not get around. From the trail sign to the bottom of the next waterfall called Double Drop is about .2 miles. Continue along the trail an additional .2 miles, which brings you to Sliding Rock Falls. Total hike for this area is approximately .8 miles.
For additional information and photos please visit bobbieswaterfalls
Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 12 and Hwy 12d and McAlpine St, drive east on McAlpine St for .4 miles. Turn right onto Center St and drive .5 miles. (Note: at .3 miles Center St changes to Franklin St). Turn left onto Laura St and drive .8 miles bearing left onto Lyonsdale Rd. Continue on Lyonsdale Rd for 2.4 Miles. Turn left into the first parking area, which will be just pass the Burrows Paper Company on your left.

Waterfall Name: Double Drop
Alternative Name(s): Moose River – Double Drop
Phone: …..
Website: …..

Classification: Analysis in Progress
Height: 10’/10′
Crest: TBD
Access/Location Classification: Accessible/May not be verified

Waterway: Moose River
Cave/Forest/Preserve Name: n/a
Clove/Gulch/Valley/Glen: n/a
Gorge/Hollow/Gulf/Gully/Ravine/Chasm: n/a
Lat/Long: 43.61775, -75.30078
Altitude (Appx Meters): 326.8

Town: Lyons Falls
County: Lewis
NYS Tourism Region: Adirondack Mountains
NYS Tourism: https://esd.ny.gov/industries/tourism
NYDEC Region: Western Adirondacks/Eastern Lake Ontario
NYDEC Contact: https://www.dec.ny.gov/about/558.html

Parking: 43.61855, -75.30468
Parking Notes: …..
Trail head: 43.61928, -75.30309
Trail Notes: Roadside or .6 mile roundtrip to base of falls
We are in the process of collecting trails via www.WikiLoc.com, which we will make available in the near future. “Analysis In Progress”, “TBD”, and empty fields denote information currently being collected.

SOURCES –
Originator: www.bobbieswaterfalls.net
Source 2: www.nnywaterfalls.com
Source 3: Eastern New York All Outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008 pg 114 A3
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