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High Falls Conservation Area

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High Falls Conservation Area, a 47-acre property, showcases High Falls, Columbia County’s highest waterfall, which cascades 150 feet before culminating in a large pool. The water flows northwest until eventually reaching the Hudson River. A trail leads visitors from a parking area to an overlook of the falls. The trail begins at an open, sunny locust grove and then shifts to a cool, dark hemlock ravine.

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Amenities

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  • Free/Donations Accepted:

Things To Do

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  • Fishing:
  • Natural Wonders:
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  • Waterfalls & Gorges:
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  • Hiking:
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