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Discover Allen Falls

Short hike to a scenic 35-foot waterfall and downstream swimming hole on High Falls Creek (West Branch St. Regis River).
TRAIL ACTIVITY
LENGTH
0.4 miles, Round Trip
DIFFICULTY
Easy, Moderate
TOWN
Parishville
SURFACE
Dirt/Forest Floor, Rocks/Ledge
PETS
Permitted
FEES
No

Description

From the mowed area, follow a well-worn path across a small stream and through an area of blown down trees. On the left, there is a side trail that follows a dry creek bed leading to a view of the upper falls. Continue straight to reach a different view of the waterfall and another steeper path to the full view of the waterfall and a swimming hole.

Other Information

Please take care on the slippery rocks near the falls.

Trail Manager

This trail is not formally maintained by any group. Contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information:

St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce

St. Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce
Brooke Rouse
101 Main Street (1st Floor)
Canton, NY 13617
Phone: 1-877-228-7810
trails@slcchamber.org
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Trail Tips

Friendly Fire
Minimize the impact of your campfire by using an established fire rings in permitted sites only. Burn only dead down wood and put out your fire before leaving. A cookstove can make cooking faster and easier.
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Trailhead Information

Park in the large gravel parking pull-off near the bridge over High Falls Creek. The GPS coordinates are 44.653333, -74.851200. Across the road from the parking area is a mowed area and the start of an informal trail through the shrubs.

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Trails
Slippery Rocks
This trail includes rocks and/or staircases which are slippery when wet. Please exercise caution and keep children and pets under close supervision.
Safety
Swimming Danger
May 1 – November 1
Swimming here is permitted but dangerous at certain water levels. Please consider the current and depth before taking the plunge.
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