It's only about half a mile to the falls, which looks to have been dammed up at some point for perhaps a mill. The water was very deep before heading over the edge and Dave wondered if there wasn't a big water wheel in the past.
It wasn't too hard getting down to the base of the falls, and well worth climbing down the rocks. This place must be mobbed during the hot summer days.
You can tell there hasn't been much rain or snow melt runoff.
We then continued the trail down towards Lake George.
There was a lone boat anchored out in Log Bay, doing some early spring cruising. All during the summer months this bay is THE place to hang out in your boat and it is a "wall to wall" party. Today it was serene and out of that chilly north wind.
Next time we head up that way we will explore the summit trail, but definitely not on a weekend. Click HERE for more information on these hikes.