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GET A GREAT VIEW WITHOUT THE HIKE. This privately owned 22 acre park is open for spring, summer, fall and winter seasons. Suddenly, you are worlds away, strolling through pristine forests and intimately close to four splendid waterfalls. Arrive...more
Really? Paying admission to see a waterfall in the Adirondacks? Save your $$$ and take a hike elsewhere for free lol.More
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high_falls_gorge, Owner at High Falls Gorge, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
It is unfortunate that you feel this way John. By the sounds of your review, you did not enter the park. IF you had, you would have seen the steel bridges and walkways that provide access to an otherwise inaccessible area. We receive many 5...More
Before a drive home from our Adirondack weekend we stopped here having seen the path from the restaurant onsite a few days before. It is a pleasant walk up and down some steps and walkways and over bridges (with an easier path, which misses some...More
Came here on a weekday and pretty much had the place to myself after 4 pm. Spent a leisurely hour exploring the nature trail and the wooden walkways over the chasm. Descriptive signs along the way explained the botany and geology of the area, enhancing...More
Enjoyed this quick walk around the falls. Had several view spots from right up close to further away. Easy trails and one with tons of stairs. Nature trails around too you can walk.
*Thought it was a little expensive for what it was. Gift shop...More
I only went because others in my family really wanted to see the gorge. It was worth it because you can see the 3 falls up close. There are walking bridges over the gorge and stairs to get better views of the falls. You can...More
Don't get me wrong, the gorge is a lovely place, however it's a very, very short walk, pretty much gone if you blink and the price to get in is very high. It is nothing like Watkins Glen, for example, where you can enjoy a...More
My husband and I had been to High Falls Gorge 10 years ago and remembered that is was a really great place to see. We were really active back then and enjoyed hiking some High Peaks on our trips to the ADKs. Now we’re a...More
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We actually did the walk in the rain. The first day we had just started the walk and there was a real downpour. We asked for and received passes to return another day. When we returned, it started raining in the same spot... More
We actually did the walk in the rain. The first day we had just started the walk and there was a real downpour. We asked for and received passes to return another day. When we returned, it started raining in the same spot, but not too badly, so we finished the walk. At no point did they close.