Visit 3 Incredible Waterfalls On This Simple New Hampshire Outing
By Michelle|Updated on July 21, 2022(Originally published July 16, 2022)
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New Hampshire’s outdoor options are plentiful. One online search of “waterfalls near me” will prove just that! From the many state parks to the simple trails located in small towns around the state, there’s an adventure to be had from border to border! The ones we love the best are those that pack a punch and today’s activity certainly does. With lots to see and a level of adventure that might be new for some, this is a great trail to tackle when you’re in the mood for something unique.
Falling Waters Trail continues to the top of Haystack Mountain, but if you choose to do the entire route remember that it’s considered difficult. Choose to turn around after the last waterfall and you should enjoy an easier hike.
Find these trails leading to spectacular waterfall views only in the heart of the White Mountain National Forest. Franconia Notch State Park is easily accessible and the perfect place to start your waterfall adventure today!
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Which hikes in New Hampshire are short and sweet?
Locals and tourists in New Hampshire are lucky to have many trail options when it comes to sneaking in a quick hike that still leads to spectacular views. Follow Arethusa Falls Trail as it’s less than three miles of easy hiking. The best part? It leads to a 100-foot-tall waterfall!
What are the best waterfall hikes in New Hampshire?
New Hampshire has many natural waterfalls, many of which can be easily reached. Instead of heading for the car, however, opt for a trail to make the journey all the more exciting! At Franconia Notch State Park, see the 70-foot-tall Liberty Cascade by hiking the two-mile trail leading to it. An easy option is the Glen Ellis Falls Trail in White Mountain National Forest. This short hike leads to a stunning 64-foot waterfall!