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Discover the Ausable Valley

Ausable Chasm

The Ausable Valley of the Adirondacks is located in the southeast corner of Clinton County. This quiet, hometown community is bordered by Essex County and Lake Champlain. Among the region's most popular and beautiful attractions are Birmingham Falls and Ausable Chasm, which has been a popular destination since 1870. There are 1,000 acres of historic sites, geologic rock formations, waterfalls, and breathtaking vistas to explore in the region, and visitors can also enjoy activities like camping, rafting, tubing, and much more.

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