The La Chute River is a short, fast-moving river, near the Vermont-New York State border, now almost wholly contained within the municipality of Ticonderoga, New York, connecting the northern end and outlet of the 32-mile (51 km) long Lake George and the southern end of Lake Champlain through many falls and rapids, while dropping about 230 feet (70 m) in its 3½-mile (6 km) course, a drop-distance (at a lesser water volume) which is nearly twice the more-sudden altitude change of Niagara Falls (167 ft (52 m)).
Part of the Lake Champlain Valley and the St. Lawrence River drainage basin, ultimately its waters flow out of Lake Champlain through the 106 miles (171 km) length of the Richelieu River into the St. Lawrence River and then into the North Atlantic Ocean north of Nova Scotia.
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