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Getting the Shot: Tenant Creek Falls

By John Haywood I chose a throwback for this one as it caught my eye as I was going through photos and it inspired me. Tenant Creek Falls forms, as you may have guessed, on Tenant Creek in the Town of Hope. The trail makes its way through the woods until you arrive in a nice open area where a large pool has formed at the base of the waterfall. On this day, the sky was partly cloudy and the […]

Split Rock Falls

Shooting the Falls – Split Rock Falls

Shooting the Falls – Split Rock Falls By John Haywood Split Rock Falls in Underwood, an area inside the Town of Elizabethtown, NY, is without a doubt one of the most popular swimming holes in the Adirondacks. Due to its accessibility, hundreds flock there each year to cool off, hang out, or grab a photograph of this unique place. Here, not only do the falls alone give you a nice image, the entire area makes for a great photograph. It’s […]

Daytrip 2 - Keeseville

Adirondack Waterfall Day-trip Part 2

Adirondack Day-trip Part Two: A Day of Waterfalls, Geology, History, and Adventure! By John Haywood Adirondack Waterfall Day-trip part 2! While this may be a short road trip, its size is made up in content. Keeseville is rich in history and Ausable Chasm has enough entertainment to last the entire day! Whether you hike the trails, ride a raft, or traverse the Ausable River on a cable line, you will not leave disappointed! In addition to the exciting attractions, Ausable […]

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Adirondack Waterfall Day-trip

A day-long waterfall adventure! by John Haywood Everyone loves waterfalls! Those roaring and splashing natural wonders can be found almost everywhere in the Adirondacks. The beauty of the mountains is they have the perfect terrain for the formation of cascades of all types. There are numerous waterfalls along Route 73 alone and a few more on Route 86 leading to Wilmington, that are easily accessible or viewable from roadside. Here is a list of easily accessible waterfalls that would make […]

Anderson Falls – Keesville

Anderson Falls Anderson Falls is a 10-foot-high waterslide cascade formed on the Ausable River, and the first waterfall encountered since the two branches of the Ausable River joined forces. The waterfall is named after John Anderson, an early settler, and lumberman. For a time, the village was also called Anderson Falls. In 1812, the town’s name changed to Keeseville in honor of Richard Keese, a prominent, local businessman, and has kept that name ever since To get there: From Ausable […]

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