The Short And Sweet Arethusa Falls Trail Leads To The Tallest Waterfall In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Updated on January 31, 2024(Originally published August 14, 2020)
Michelle's life is a colorful map of exploration and adventure. From the iconic streets of New York to the sunny shores of Florida, the jagged coast of Maine to the rugged terrain of Montana, she's been fortunate to call some of America's most beautiful states home. Beyond the U.S., Michelle's wanderlust has taken her on a motorcycle journey through India, led her to teach English in Hanoi, and saw her studying Spanish in Guatemala. Michelle graduated with a communications degree from the S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and in addition to a career in advertising has worked with OnlyInYourState since 2016, where her love for travel and storytelling converges. Alongside writing and exploring, Michelle finds joy in photography, staying active, and time with her family.
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New Hampshire has some of the best waterfalls in New England, not to mention the entire country. Whether tall or small, they’re all worth exploring. But there’s something special about the one that’s considered the tallest in the state. And best of all, the trail to see it isn’t as challenging as you might think. Head out on this family-friendly route and you’ll enjoy a perfectly splendid day surrounded by nature. Arethusa Falls is an epic journey and one of the best hikes we have ever done in New Hampshire.
Arethusa Falls Trail is considered family-friendly, but it does have some slight elevation. You’ll want to make sure everyone is up for it before heading out. We would suggest you download AllTrails before you go and make sure you have the map for Arethusa Falls handy. Many different trails intersect through this part of the forest so having a map is very helpful. Check out our Adventuring in the Moment video as we journey on this epic trail to see one of New Hampshire’s best waterfalls frozen.