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Russell Falls


This waterfall is on private property and is not publicly accessible.

County: Essex
Town: Keene
USGS Map: Keene Valley
Waterway: Ausable River, East Branch
Latitude: N 44o 9' 9"
Longitude: W 73o 46' 53"
Drop: NA
Type: NA
Region: off NY 73 near the hamlet of St. Huberts
Parking: NA
Trail type: NA
Length of hike: NA
Difficulty: NA
Accessibility: Private
Name: official

Paradox Lake Quadrangle

This waterfall is located very close to the Ausable Club's Adirondack Mountain Reserve.  When we were hiking at the AMR, we asked a club employee about Russell Falls.  He informed us that it is on private property.  He also indicated that it is a very dangerous area and that at least one death has occurred there.

Due to dense foliage in this forest area, even Bing and Google satellite images do not show the waterfall.  If anyone has any information about this waterfall, we would be very interested in hearing from you.  

The East Branch of the Ausable River joins forces with the west branch downstream at Au Sable Forks to form the Ausable River.  This waterfall rich river empties into Lake Champlain in the town of Peru.

Last update:  July 27, 2015

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