New Hampshire Nature, Waterfalls August 19, 2016
This One Easy Hike In New Hampshire Will Lead You Straight To A Beautiful Waterfall
New Hampshire is full of natural beauty, but no spot is quite as beloved as Diana’s Baths, a series of falls in Bartlett that is accessible by just a short hike that the whole family can do. This easy hike in New Hampshire is worth taking.
Diana's Baths is a stunning series of waterfalls and pools.
The tallest single drop is about 12 feet tall, but the total falls drops about 60 feet. However, you'd never know that this waterfall oasis is in store when you begin your short hike.
The falls are just .6 miles from the parking lot, along fairly smooth trail that is easy to navigate with strollers and children. The baths are certainly worth the walk!
In addition to the beautiful waterfalls, there are stunning views of the surrounding forests.
EVERYONE in the family will enjoy this hike, and the reward at the end.
Diana's Baths' slow flow and numerous pools have made it a popular spot for swimming.
Kids will love splashing in the water or enjoying the gentle flow over a waterfall.
More adventurous visitors will love scaling up and down the falls when the water flow is low.
Once you arrive here, you'll never want to leave, so be sure to pack a picnic.
Diana's baths has a variety of pools and falls. Even on busy days it's possible to find a pool to enjoy by yourself.
The rock formations at the baths are smooth from the continuous water rushing over them.
Even if you don't feel like splashing, it's worth taking a hike to Diana's Baths just to enjoy this beautiful spot.
Best of all, the trail to Diana's baths is accessible, and beautiful, year-round.
Diana’s Baths trailhead is located on West Side Road on the Bartlett/North Conway town line. It is well-marked with plenty of roadside signs.
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