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near Moshier Falls, New York (United States)
Parking and Trailhead: N43.88503 W75.10730
Stream/River/Watershed: Beaver River
Height of Falls/Type: Various
Level of Difficulty/Hiking Distance:
Comments/Notes: 4 Main waterfalls out of the 8 total.
It is yet unconfirmed if there is public access to these upper waterfalls year round. Some sources state that it is, but if the gate is closed, there ARE posted signs. The best time is to plan going when there is a whitewater event being held. The downside is parking is horrible, and you may find you will have to walk the entire way up the road to the first waterfall at the dam. This is about a 2 mile walk one way. There is usually a time frame in which the whitewater activities are held. The gate is open that morning and closes in late afternoon. Choosing the first morning or late afternoon will assure you to find parking further up without walking that two extra miles. At the top you will see a small path down to the waters edge for a very nice view of the waterfall there known as the Put-in Slide. To see the other waterfalls, you will have to go back out towards the road, turn to your right and walk up along the pipeline. There is a small post with a trail sign, which is hard to see the location is N43.88385 W75.11946. You will enter the woods to your right, a small scramble to get down from the pipeline. The path is pretty easy to follow. There were black garbage bags tied to trees to help guide along the way. Again once you get to the waters edge you will have to find spots to get good views of the waterfalls. The trail from the pipeline to the river is .4 miles one way.