Northern New York Waterfalls 

Mill Brook Falls


On NY 9N on the north side of Port Henry, a large bridge starts just north of the intersection with Dock Lane.  Your best bet is to park on the west side of the highway, south of the bridge.

County: Essex
Town: Moriah
USGS Map: Port Henry
Waterway: Mill Brook
Latitude: N 43o 03' 15"
Longitude: W 73o 27' 28"
Drop: NA
Type: Ribbon Cascade
Region: North of Port Henry
Parking: Roadside
Trail type: Roadside
Length of hike: Roadside
Difficulty: Roadside
Accessibility: Roadside
Name: Unnamed

Port Henry Quadrangle

Mill Brook FallsThis waterfall can be seen from the road as you enter Port Henry from the north.  Because of the bridge here, and the traffic, it is necessary to park south of the bridge and walk back.  We urge caution because there is significant traffic here rolling by at significant speeds, even though they are slowing to enter the community.  

The Mill Brook is not that long a waterway.  From the looks of the topo maps, the drop that is within sight of the highway may be the bottom of a series of drops extending a considerable distance up the side of this hill.

Mill Brook appears to originate about six to seven miles upstream as the crow flies.  It flows into Lake Champlain literally within sight of this highway.

Last update:  August 18, 2017

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Mill Brook Falls

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