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Waterfalls & Caverns in The Adirondacks

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The Vast Adirondack Park draws Visitors from all over the World
The Adirondacks
Explore The Vast Adirondack Park draws Visitors from all over the World Using Our Interactive Map
The amazing Adirondacks offer the highest peaks in New York State, thousands of miles of hiking trails and canoe routes, numerous scenic highways and byways and unending recreational fun.
Experience a unique Adventure at the Ausable Chasm
The Adirondacks
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​Called the Grand Canyon of the Adirondacks, the Ausable Chasm holds an assortment of adventures like no other.
Cooper's Cave
The Adirondacks
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Learn how "these dark and silent caves" inspired author James Fenimore Cooper to write one of his most famous and beloved novels, “The Last of the Mohicans.”
High Falls Gorge
The Adirondacks
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Just a short drive from Lake Placid, this 22-acre, privately owned nature park, High Falls Gorge, is one of the Adirondacks' most breathtaking year-round hikes.
See the High Falls Gorge in the Fall
The Adirondacks
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Behold four stunning waterfalls cascading over rocks into a deep crevice carved millions of years ago with the "gorge-ous" colors of autumn as a backdrop!
Natural Stone Bridge and Cave
The Adirondacks
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Family owned for more than 200 years, this natural wonder in Adirondack Mountains offers features scenic above-ground nature trails, grottos and lighted caves and surface caves...
Whetstone Gulf State Park
The Adirondacks
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Whetstone Gulf State Park has many wooded campsites, a scenic picnic area along Whetstone Creek, a man-made swimming area and trails for hiking and cross-country skiing, one of which circles the gorge.
 
 
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