Right in one of our favorite areas to visit during the summer, this easy hike in New York that falls under one mile round trip will lead you someplace unforgettable:
Made up of millions of acres of land, the Adirondack Park is any true adventurers paradise. This spot is filled with jaw-dropping mountains, gorgeous lakes, waterfalls, and much more. While we’re always up for a good outdoor challenge, sometimes what explorers need is a relaxing day taking in some fresh air that won’t leave them feeling completely exhausted afterwards.
Off of Buttermilk Falls Road you’ll find quite a few mountains and hiking trails that are worthy of being on your summer bucket list. After passing the Hogtown Trailhead (where you’ll go to hike Sleeping Beauty Mountain) you’ll drive another 2.5 miles until you reach the trail for Shelving Rock Falls.
The toughest part of this hike is the part where you actually get yourself down to the falls. Following a steep path to the bottom.
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