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Shelving Rock Falls
Photo By Don Blais Sr.

  • Title: Shelving Rock Falls
  • State/Province/Region: New York
  • Country: United States
  • Nearest Area: Buttermilk Pond Road off Route 149
  • Nearest Town: West Fort Ann
  • Brief Directions: By boat on Lake George to Log Bay. Hike east about 1/4 mile. By car head north on Buttermilk Pond Road off of Route 149 for approximately 9 miles until a marked trailhead. Hike 1/2 mile west.
  • Notes: The falls is only about 75 feet high, but it is made up of many rocks and crevices so you have both full and close-up opportunities. The falls faces west, so the best time is in the morning before about 10am when the sun starts to take over the scene.
  • Best Season: Summer
  • Gear: Mosquito spray and wide angle lens
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