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Do You Dig The Falls?

Do you Dig The Falls? Are you a dedicated waterfall-lover who scours the maps and vigorously explores the lands in search of the next stunning cascade? Or are you someone who casually appreciates a waterfall’s beauty? Happy to browse a waterfall guidebook and visit some here and there. Either way, if you like waterfalls, you “Dig The Falls”! And, either way, you’re more than welcome in our little slice of waterfall heaven! Early on, a lot of people, OK almost […]

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The Innocent Waterfall in the Age of Misplaced Blame

By John Haywood Please note: This opinion article speaks bluntly and takes on the harsh reality of the dangers of disregarding the hazards at waterfalls. It is not meant to be derogatory in any way. It is meant to be an eye-opener in an effort to save lives. Waterfalls are not deadly. They do not seek to kill or harm; they simply exist. Waterfalls are innocent. What is deadly at a waterfall is poor decision-making, a lack of respect for […]

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Accomplishing Our Mission! Giving back to our communities.

Dig The Falls has always supported cleaner, safer outdoor places to visit. We have worked tirelessly to raise funds that allow us to carryout our mission and give back to the community! That said, we are excited to announce that Dig The Falls has supported the Ausable River Association‘s Porta-John program in the Adirondacks with a sponsorship! The program, aimed to reduce littering and the reduction of human waste in and around the rivers, provides a Porta-John for travelers, fishermen, bicyclists, […]

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