After about .6 miles the foot trail turns right, away from the woods road and then meets another trail junction. The marked trail heads left and follows an easier grade, while the right ascends a much steeper grade.
Continuing past the first ledge for another .1 mile, you will arrive at the next rock ledge marking Watch Hill's 2125 foot summit. The excellent views south and west.
After enjoying the summit views, I continued east where the trail drops sharply down half a mile to Indian Lake's shores. Just before reaching the water, a large, beautifully hand crafted fire place stands.
A fairly easy 3.3 mile RT. I then grabbed some lunch and headed back down Route 30 south to Auger Falls. The parking area for Auger Falls is 1.7 miles north of the Route 8/30 intersection near Wells. From the large parking lot you can walk either left or right to start a loop. I began walking south on a rough gravel road .1 miles towards another smaller parking area. From there a marked trail heads east into the woods and towards the falls.
A small camp spot with fire ring is found just downstream.
A nice, quiet day in the Central Adirondacks. Hiked about 4.6 easy miles RT total.