The trail to Sinclair Falls travels less than 0.1 miles down a steep bank from the top of the abutment for the vehicle bridge to the level of the Grass River. The falls are located within sight of the road and trailhead.
Powerful, fast-moving water and wet, slippery rocks are dangerous features of any waterfall - exercise caution while hiking or swimming near the falls.
Sinclair Falls is one of many spectacular waterfalls and hikes open to the public along Tooley Brook Road. To see the others, check the "Related Trails" section on this page just under the map.
These trails are part of the Grass River Wild Forest, a 54,000-acre collection of public forest preserves located in the towns of Clare, Clifton, Colton and Fine in St. Lawrence County and managed by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
For more information, please visit the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation online, or contact:
There are two parking lots near the Sinclair Falls Trailhead. The first is located on Tooley Pond Road, 2.3 miles east of Degrasse. The second is a few hundred feet from the first, just off from Tooley Pond Road, on Lake George Road before the bridge over the Grass River. The GPS coordinates for the trailhead are: 44.337814, -75.045459.