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Ultimate Adirondack Waterfall Roadtrip

By John Haywood Everyone loves waterfalls! Those wonderful natural wonders make the perfect backdrop for a picnic, centerpiece to a photo, or cool spot to beat the heat on Summer day. The best part about waterfalls, though, is the diversity. There are so many shapes and sizes as well as easy hikes, demanding hikes, roadside falls… you name it. There is a waterfall for everyone! While the Adirondacks are known mostly for the mountains, there are hundreds and hundreds and […]

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: GPS: 44°30.276’N […]

Rainbow Falls at Ausable Chasm

Ausable Chasm – Keeseville

Ausable Chasm – Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks Ausable Chasm is nearly 2.0 miles long, with over 0.5 miles of it traversable by boat. Stairways and walkways enable visitors to descend into the interior of the Chasm along the Inner Sanctum Trail. In addition to waterfalls, including one of the largest Adirondack waterfalls, there are interesting rock formations in the Chasm, including Elephant Head, Jacob’s Well, Hyde’s Cave, the Devil’s Oven, and a number of other named features. For those […]