Gill Brook Flume

Gill Brook on the Adirondack Mountain Reserve is one of the more heavily waterfall-populated waterways in the Adirondacks.

One of the first waterfalls you will encounter along Gill Brook is “The Flume”. While this is a relatively small waterfall, its surroundings are magnificent!

A short spur trail with a sign reading “The Flume” directs you to the left, off of Lake Road. This leads to a large and very deep pool that forms at the base of this waterfall which sits back in a small, steep gorge. A perfect spot for cooling off on a hot day!

The waterfall itself is approximately ten to fifteen feet in height and has two drops as the flow drops and then deflects and fans out off of a boulder.

Gill Brook is a popular destination due to the large number of waterfalls, including Artists Falls, that can be found along the way up to the Fish Hawk Cliffs and Indian Head.

For more information on New York State waterfalls, please visit our New York waterfall map.

Waterfall Name: Gill Brook Flume
Alternative Name(s): The Flume
Phone: …..
Website: …..

Classification: Analysis in Progress
Height: 15′
Crest: TBD
Access/Location Classification: Accessible/May not be verified

Waterway: Gill Brook
Cave/Forest/Preserve Name: Adirondack Mountain Reserve
Clove/Gulch/Valley/Glen: n/a
Gorge/Hollow/Gulf/Gully/Ravine/Chasm: n/a
Lat/Long: 44.12481, -73.80905
Altitude (Appx Meters): 571.1

Town: Keene Valley
County: Essex
NYS Tourism Region: Adirondack Mountains
NYS Tourism: https://esd.ny.gov/industries/tourism
NYDEC Region: Eastern Adirondacks/Lake Champlain
NYDEC Contact: https://www.dec.ny.gov/about/558.html

Parking: TBD, TBD
Parking Notes: …..
Trail head: TBD, TBD
Trail Notes: 2 mile hike up Lake Road Way
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: Steve Young
Source 2: www.bobbieswaterfalls.com
Source 3: Russell Dunn
Source 4: John Haywood

For more information on New York State waterfalls, please visit our New York waterfall map.


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