Distance: .6 mile, option to add Constitution Marsh
Skill Level: easy, good for little walkers
Elevation Gain: minimal
Type of Hike: out-and-back
Trail Condition: gravel road, wet rock
Wow Factor: 40′ waterfall
Note: you must park in a dedicated spot or risk being towed or ticketed
How to get there: From the intersection of 9D and 301, go south on 9D for just over one mile. (You will pass Boscobel) turn right onto Indian Brook Road which is a dirt road. You will see the turn for Warren Landing and at the intersection there is dedicated parking for about 8 cars if people all park correctly. They have been known to tow or ticket people parked illegally.
127 Warren Landing Rd, Garrison, NY 10524
Summary: From the parking spot, head left up Indian Brook Road (not down the hill to the marsh). You’ll go under the red 9D bridge. Keep following until you see a gate and an old carriage road. Go around the gate and follow the road as it swings around almost 180 on an interesting stone bridge.
Look for a green arrow sign pointing left where the trail (do not pass back under the bridge). The path will actually becomes a trail. It is narrow and some places require you to walk on rocks in the water to continue but in just a minute you will come upon the waterfall. I don’t recommend taking little walkers after a heavy rain because the path will be flooded and waters fast.
Retrace your steps back to the car and if you want, keep going down hill to Constitution Marsh.