The 1 Mile Hike To Thompson Falls In New Hampshire Is Short And Sweet
By Michelle|Published March 25, 2020
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There’s no better time to get outside than now and there’s no better place to do it than New Hampshire! With so many places to disappear and escape in the Granite State, you could have a long list of hikes to take and still not come close to completing them. That’s why you’ll need to prioritize and we vote putting this one at the top of your list.
Thompson Falls can be access via trail any time of year, but folks say it’s best from March through October. Always be careful around water, as conditions on rocks and the ground might be slippery. You can learn more about the route and how to access it here.