Northern New York Waterfalls 

Howe Road Falls


From the entrance to St. Regis Falls Scenic Campsite in the village of St. Regis Falls, travel 2.8 miles west on NY 458.  Just before reaching the Howe Road, the road crosses an unnamed stream.  This drop is about 100 yards upstream.

County: Franklin
Town: Waverly
USGS Map: St. Regis Falls
Waterway: Unnamed waterway
Latitude: N 44° 39' 57"
Longitude: W 74° 35' 10"
Drop: ~10'
Type: Rapids
Region: West of St. Regis Falls
Parking: Roadside
Trail type: Dirt
Length of hike: 100 yards
Difficulty: Easy
Accessibility: Public
Name: Unnamed

Waverly Quadrangle

Another "babbling" falls, this one is formed at the outlet of a small pond.  Your hike in is best made to the right as you face upstream.  It is somewhat of a bushwhack, but certainly very doable.   

This waterway makes its way to the St. Regis River which flows into Canada and then empties into the St. Lawrence River a short distance downstream from the New York/Quebec border.

Last update:  April 26, 2017

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