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Purchase brings tall falls to public

Indian Lake’s OK Slip cloaked for 150 years

OK Slip Falls.
Carl Heilman II/Courtesy of The Nature Conservancy
OK Slip Falls. Carl Heilman II/Courtesy of The Nature Conservancy
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David Schryver runs a website devoted to the waterfalls of northern New York. He hikes to waterfalls. He takes photographs of waterfalls. He even has co-authored a book on the state's waterfalls. But he’s never seen one of the most awe-inspiring waterfalls featured on his website: OK Slip Falls in Indian Lake. This soon will change. The state recently acquired the 2,800-acre parcel of land that contains the 250-foot-high waterfall, and is in the process ...

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