New York Nature May 27, 2018
The Magical River Walk In New York That Will Transport You To Another World
It’s been said before by many that humans are proven to be happier by water. So what better way to spend a sunny summer day than taking a charming stroll along one of New York’s river walks? Taking you by a short but sweet river that you may have never heard of, this spot in Essex County is the perfect place to get a breath of fresh air all while you’re surrounded by beautiful views. Take a look!
Head up north to one of New York's most
beautiful towns, and you'll get the chance to experience the LaChute River Walk in Ticonderoga.
Running right through the heart of Ticonderoga, the LaChute River is roughly 4-miles long and connects Lake George to Lake Champlain.
The short but sweet river is one that runs steep and drops over 200-feet between the time it leaves Lake George and makes its way to Ticonderoga's Bicentennial Park.
The last of five major drops, Bicentennial Park's waterfall is one of our favorite views to enjoy along the LaChute River Walk.
Starting at the Ticonderoga Heritage Museum, the 4-mile-long trail will take you through the park and around downtown - passing places like the covered Kissing Bridge.
As you continue to walk, you'll find that there's plenty of benches and picnic tables along the way where you can stop and take the time to soak in the serene views of the Adirondacks.
An easy waterfront stroll that everyone can enjoy, the LaChute River Walk is a great way to spend some time outdoors when you're in this area of New York.
Along the River Walk, you'll find informative signage that will give you insight into the area's history and everything that you're seeing along the trail. Put together by PRIDE of Ticonderoga, you can find out more about this amazing river walk and view the full trail map if you
How to get here:
137 Montcalm Street,
Ticonderoga, NY 12883
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