Please avoid this area due to severe overcrowding, lack of parking, and unsafe conditions.
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Waterfall Name: Fawns Leap
Alternative Name(s): Dog Hole/Dog Pool, Dog’s Leap
Classification: Analysis in Progress
Access/Location Classification: Accessible/May not be verified
Waterway: Katerskill Creek
Cave/Forest/Preserve Name: Palenville
Lat/Long: 42.177322, -74.057615
Altitude (Appx Meters): 273.6
NYS Tourism Region: Catskill Mountains
NYS Tourism: https://esd.ny.gov/industries/tourism
NYDEC Region: Capital Region/Northern Catskills
NYDEC Contact: https://www.dec.ny.gov/about/558.html
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Trail head: TBD, TBD
Trail Notes: Roadside View/.05 Miles, On NYS Land
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.
Source 2: Steve Young
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