Northern New York Waterfalls 

Augerhole Falls


This waterfall is in a fairly remote area of Franklin County that is not accessible to the public.

County: Franklin
Town: Waverly
USGS Map: Augerhole Falls
Waterway: St. Regis River, West Branch
Latitude: N 44° 25' 13"
Longitude: W 74° 32' 50"
Drop: 12'-15'
Type: Cascade
Region: Southeast of Parishville
Parking: Not publicly accessible
Trail type: Not publicly accessible
Length of hike: Not publicly accessible
Difficulty: Not publicly accessible
Accessibility: Private
Name: Official

Augerhole Falls Quadrangle

This waterfall is officially named.  It is one of six falls in Franklin County listed on the USGS GNIS.  It is in a fairly remote location and is surrounded by private land.  It is not accessible to the public.  Our photos were sent to us by an anonymous contributor who has access to the area.

One might argue that this is a stretch of rapids.  Since it is an officially named waterfall, we have classified this as a cascade.  

The West Branch joins the St. Regis River in the hamlet of Winthrop.  This flows into the St. Lawrence River almost on the US/Canada border a few miles northeast of Massena, New York.

Last update:  May 6, 2017

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