Griffin Falls

Griffin Falls

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Location: Wells Twn
First Visit: 8/18/2008
Region: Northern
County: Hamilton
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Gps of Falls: N43.47277 W74.22490
Gps of Parking: N43.47359 W74.22389
Gps of Trailhead: —–
Trail Name/Reference to: —–
Landmark: Girard Sugarbush Campsite N43.47373 W74.22394
Stream/River/Watershed: East Branch Sacandaga River
Height of Falls/Type: 30 ft total main is 8 ft, Drops
Elevation: 1238 ft
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance: .2 Mi Rt
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Whitewater Rte/Canoe Rte Map: —–
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Trails Websites: —–
My Resource: Eastern New York All Outdoors Atlas and Field Guide Publication 2008
Book Resource: Adirondack Waterfall Guide “New York’s Cool Cascades” By Russell Dunn 2004
Brochures/Travel Guides/Visitor Guides: Adirondack Great Walks & Day Hikes A Guide to paths less taken in the Northeast’s last great wilderness.
Additional Information: World Waterfalls Database
Photos And Information I Contributed To or Posted To Other Websites: Northern New York Waterfalls
Nearest Intersection: Highway 8 and Highway 30
Directions: From the intersection of Highway 8 and Highway 30 and Elm Lake Road in Speculator, take Highway 30 southeast for 9.7 miles. Turn left onto Highway 8, and drive for 2.5 miles. Turn left onto Teachout Road and drive for .2 miles. Just past the bridge there is room for parking on the right.
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Griffin Falls 8-19-2008

GRIFFEN FALLS, HAMILTON COUNTY, NORTHERN, NEW YORK 8-19-2008
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Griffin Falls 5/10/2015

GRIFFEN FALLS, HAMILTON COUNTY, NEW YORK 5-10-2015
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Griffin Falls Trail 5/10/2015

GRIFFIN FALLS TRAIL, HAMILTON COUNTY, NEW YORK 5/10/2015
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2 thoughts on “Griffin Falls

    1. Bobbie Sweeting Post author

      It is always great to meet new folks, as well as explore with them. Glad to have you both along! Looking to go back North again, maybe we could meet up again!!

      Reply

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