Falls of Carillon LaChute Falls

Ticonderoga, New York 12883

Falls of Carillon LaChute Falls

Falls of Carillon (LaChute Falls) Professional Review and Guide

"This falls’ history impresses viewers even more than its power. A center of life support, civilization, and industry for many centuries, the Falls of Carillon—also known as LaChute Falls, the name the French gave to what is now the Ticonderoga River—played host to untold numbers of Native Americans making the crossing from Lake George to Lake Champlain.

When European explorers and colonists arrived, the falls became an unusually popular spot to wage war, with battles taking place spontaneously as Indians and French and English colonists left the river to make portage here."

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Trail Information

Ticonderoga
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
0.1
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
5-10 minutes
Duration
Year-round
Season
Waterfalls
Features
PRIDE of Ticonderoga, PO Box 348, Ticonderoga 12883; (518) 585-6366; www.prideofticonderoga.com
Local Contacts
townofticonderoga.org/cms/_ uploads/file/RiverwalkBro-Final-Inhouse2.pdf
Local Maps

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Jul 2018