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|Beaver Brook Falls
Water Source: Beaver Brook
Location: Colebrook, NH
Directions: Take Route 145 North, off Interstate 93; follow signs to Beaver Brook Falls WaysideAn area located near the stunning waterfall is perfect for a picnic. Walk across the footbridge to reach the falls.
Three-tiered waterfall stemming from Phillips Brook in Stark.
Dixville Flume, Huntingdon Cascades
Directions: East of Dixville Notch on Route 26.
Directions: Magalloway Lookout tower Road, 1.1 miles to wood bridge 1/10 mile to a gray shingled camp, 1 mile to gated road. 6/10 mile to where the road splits off to the right (do not go right), go 2.4 more miles to the Lookout Tower Road and pass it. Pass two camps on left; pass another road on right. Pass, sand pits on both sides of road and pass another gated road on your left, Pass another cottage on your right, then 1.2 miles to parking area, There is a trail on left with small rocks defining it.
|Agassiz Basin & Indian Leap
Water Source: Moosilauke Brook
Location: N. Woodstock, NH
There are two footbridges here, one directly over the Agassiz Falls and the other below the upstream waterfall known as Indian Leap.
Directions: Beside Route 112, east of the junction of Routes 112 and 118Small but beautiful 10 foot waterfall, also called Indian Leap. Series of potholes on Moosilauke Brook.
Ammonoosuc Falls – Lower
Ammonoosuc Falls – Upper
Arethusa Falls, Bemis Brook Falls
Directions: 1½ mile path south of Willey House site off Rt. 302 in Crawford Notch.
Avalanche Falls, Liberty Gorge Cascade, The Pool
Directions: Near the Flume Gorge, Franconia Notch.
The Baby Flume
The Basin, Cascades, Kinsman Falls, Rocky Glen Falls
The Bath Falls are scenically set against the Bath Covered Bridge.
Beaver Brook Cascade
Beecher’s and Pearl Cascades
Bridal Veil Falls
Cascade Brook Falls
A relatively easy 1.2 mile hike takes you to the falls.
Cold Brook Falls
Coosauk, Hitchcock, and Stairs Falls
The last part of the path is somewhat steep, but leads to an excellent view point.
Directions: West Side Road, North Conway
An easy .5 mile walk in takes you to cascading falls, waterspouts and granite basins along Lucy Brook.
Dryad and Giant Falls
Falling Waters Trail
Flume Cascade and Silver Cascade
The Silver Cascade is one of the most dramatic waterfalls in the state during high water, when the falls spread out over a substantial width of ledge. In drier times, the falls slow to a trickle.
Your tour through this 800 foot chasm takes you on boardwalks through covered bridges, past waterfalls and views.
Georgiana and Harvard Falls
Glen Ellis Falls
A pedestrian tunnel take you to the other side of the highway where you turn right and walk .2 mile to the falls. 65 ft. high, for the most dramatic view, follow the footpath down steep stone steps.
Very accessible. The falls are created by the rushing waters of the Wildcat River, the first federally designated “Wild and Scenic River” in New Hampshire.
A rather rigorous hike is required to view these falls, but the trek is worth it. The falls, which are quite spectacular, plunge into a deep pool below.
Paradise Falls and Falls of Prosperine at Lost River
Admission is charged. The 35 ft. Paradise Falls are just one of the highlights of your self-guided tour through this popular attraction.
Pond Brook Falls
Directions: Located in the Nash Stream Forest just off of Nash Stream Road. Part of the Cohos Trail.
These falls are rather remote, but the water streaming over smooth rocks is a sight.
Ripley Falls and Kendron Flume
You can’t swim here, but the 25ft falls is well worth the easy .3 mile hike.
With a covered bridge in the background, it’s an excellent spot for a cooling dip on a hot summers day.
Thompson’s Falls and Emerald Pool
Wildcat Ski area’s parking lot; at the far end of the trail’s loop, you’ll find the path to the falls. Stay on the east side of the brook when you cross the service road which leads to parking lot C. It’s an easy .7 mile trek to the falls. If you follow the path to the right on the first waterfall, across the ledges to the north side of the brook and continue on to a high ledge, you’ll discover fabulous views of Mt. Washington.
|Beede or Bearcamp Falls
Water Source: Bearcamp River
Location: Sandwich, NHDirections: Three miles up Sandwich Notch Road from Center Sandwich
Beede Falls is a well known swimming hole, where the small falls pour over a flat rock to an area known as “Cow Cave.” It is especially nice after a heavy rainfall or during the spring, when the waters are thicker.
Champney and Pitcher Falls
Champney Falls, part of the White Mountains National Forest in New Hampshire, is a set of cascades and waterfalls flowing down a popular trail.
Fall of Song, Roaring Falls, Veil Falls, Whittier Falls
Lower Falls of the Swift River
Nice swimming hole at this location with several pools and smooth rocks.
Directions: Located a couple miles from the Lower Falls on the Kancamagus Highway.
Sculptured Rock Falls
Formed during the ice age, over 10,000 years ago, the Sculptured Rock Falls is a series of small cascades set against a deep gorge.
Water Source: Cold River
Location: Acworth, NH
Directions: The hills of northwest Acworth
A great family picnic spot in the village of Wentworth.
|Beaver Brook Falls
Water Source: Beaver Brook
Location: Washington Street Extension – Keene, NH
A 26 acre preserve along Beaver Brook with a steep gorge and a waterfall.Directions: Right off Washington Street on to the Old Concord Road. Go immediately onto Washington Street Extension. The road ends in a metal gate. Park there and walk up.
The abandoned highway leads uphill at a gentle incline with steep hills rising 200 feet or so on either side. There are many views of Beaver Brook cascading down the gorge. About one-half mile up the road, rocky cliffs overlook the falls.
Old Reservoir Falls
|Tucker Brook Falls
Water Source: Tucker Brook
Location: Tucker Brook Town Forest, MilfordDirections: From the Milford Oval, go West on Elm St, take immediate left onto Union Street, to Osgood Road. Take right onto Mason Road just past Osgood Pond. Go 2.9 mi., turn right onto Boulder Dr, the second time it meets Mason Road. Trail head is 0.1 mi on the left.
The Tucker Brook Town Forest is 285 acres of mostly forested, rolling terrain, and provides excellent hikes in all seasons. The Falls Loop (0.7 mi) passes Tucker Brook Falls, also the remains of human activity to harness the water power for milling lumber.