High Falls, Fairfield Twn

Waterfall Name: High Falls, Fairfield Twn
Aka: Wolf Hollow Creek Falls
Location: Fairfield Twn

First Visit: 01-13-2013

State: New York State
Region: Central Region
County: Herkimer County
Park Area: ————-

NYS Tourism Region: Adirondack Mountains
NYDEC Region: Western Adirondacks/Eastern Lake Ontario

Waterfall Challenge:————-

Waterfall Location: N43.16698 W74.97288
Parking: N43.16662 W74.97273
Trailhead: ————-
Trail Name, Reference to: ————-

Stream, River: City Brook/Wolf Hollow Creek
Height, Type: 18ft,Tiered Step
Elevation: 925 ft
Level of Difficulty, Hiking Distance: Roadside views

Whitewater Rte, Canoe Rte Map: ————-
Maps: ————-

My Resource: World Waterfall Database
Book Resource: ————-
Brochures, Travel Guides, Visitor Guides: ————-
Trail_URL: ————-
Additional Information: Adirondack Waterfall Guide: New York’s Cool Cascades Paperback – September 1, 2003, by Russell Dunn,, C. Russell Dunn,I. Route 8 West,pg80

Photos, Information Contributed to other Websites: Northern New York Waterfalls

Landmark: ————-
Nearest Intersection: Castle Rd and Farrington Rd
Directions: From I-90 W, at Indian Castle, Take exit 29A to the right onto Rt-169 towards Little Falls/Dolgeville and drive for 2.7 miles. Turn left onto Hwy 167 W and drive for .7 miles. Turn right onto S Ann St and drive for .3 miles. Turn left onto W Monroe St and drive for 10.8 miles. Turn right onto Castle Rd and drive for .2 miles. Keep left onto Old City Rd and drive for .2 miles. Which comes to a dead end at the bridge. Old City Rd Falls Parking From here turn around and get back on Castle Rd (turning left off of Old City Rd) and drive for .3 miles. Turn left onto Farrington Rd. You will immediately see the bridge over the creek. Park anywhere here before or after the bridge. Farrington Rd Falls Parking From here turn back around and turn left onto Castle Rd and drive for .5 miles. High Falls (Middleville) aka Wolf Hollow Creek Falls Parking Park here on the side of the road. The falls will be on your left.

Comments, Notes: Best seen in early spring or in the fall.