Looking for Trout on the Jakes Pond Trail
Trout Falls – Jakes Pond Trail – Croghan
AKA: Jakes Pond Trail Falls
Location: Croghan Town
Parking and Trailhead: N43.99471 W75.17829
Trail Name/Reference to: Jakes Pond Trail
Stream/River/Watershed: West Branch Oswegatchie River
Height of Falls/Type: 25 ft
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: Moderate to hard .2 mile walk to the old bridge.
Comments/Notes: The trail head register is right at the parking area. The trail is very easy to follow. Just before the footbridge you will see a cairn on the right side of the trail. There are several spur trails that lead to the falls. Use caution around the top of the falls. You will be on smooth rock and this can be slippery.
Side note: As you are leaving the parking lot and headed back at .2 miles, look for a brown log cabin type home. In their backyard in the distance you can see another waterfall. It appears to be a slide waterfall.
For additional information and photos of this area, please visit bobbieswaterfalls
Directions: From the intersection of Hwy 812 and Old State Rd, in Croghan, Get on Old State Rd and drive southeast, and drive 5 miles. Turn left onto Long Pond Rd, and drive for 8 miles. You will come directly to the parking area and the trail and register will be on your right.
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