The Frozen Waterfalls At Diana’s Baths In New Hampshire Are A Must-See This Winter

Winter in New Hampshire is absolutely gorgeous. Whether there’s snow on the ground or just a chill in the air, there’s something refreshing about getting outside this time of year. We’re always looking for special ways to enjoy the outdoors and seeing this beloved local waterfall covered in snow and frozen doesn’t get any better!

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Diana’s Baths can be accessed year-round using a 1.3-mile hike. You can learn more about the route by checking out alltrails.com. Remember to be extra cautious in the winter as conditions can be slippery and change quickly. If you have a dog you’ll love that they can come along for the adventure. Just be sure to keep them leashed. And, as always, keep a respectful and safe distance from others on the trail.

If you’re looking for more fun things to do this winter in New Hampshire, we’ve got another great option. Seeing the massive ice sculptures in the small town of North Woodstock, New Hampshire will be your favorite winter memory.

Address: Dianas Baths, Bartlett, NH 03812, USA