Verkeerderkill Falls is the highest waterfall in Sam's Point Preserve in the Shawangunk Mountains in Ulster County, New York. It is 180 feet (54.6 m) tall and has a 3-mile (4.8 km) long trail going to it branching off from the main trail, which is in Sam's Point Preserve. The waterfall is named after the stream. The best places to view the waterfall are at the bottom or from the edge of a rocky outcrop. However, the only way to get to the bottom is to bushwhack. The rocky outcrops are very dangerous because there are no fences and it is over 180 feet above the ground. It is higher than the waterfall is tall.
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