New Hampshire Nature, Waterfalls December 13, 2016
11 Gorgeous Frozen Waterfalls In New Hampshire That Must Be Seen To Be Believed
Winter is settling in in New Hampshire, with lakes and ponds freezing over. But some of the most stunning winter scenes in the Granite State come when New Hampshire’s waterfalls freeze over. These rivers frozen in time are absolutely stunning. See New Hampshire’s frozen waterfalls for yourself, without leaving your home:
1. Arethusa Falls, Jackson
New Hampshire's tallest single-drop waterfall becomes a favorite destination for ice climbers during the winter months.
2. Smarts Brook Falls, Thornton
These falls are simply breathtaking with the white of the ice against the green of the surrounding fir trees.
3. Claremont Mills Waterfalls, Claremont
Sometimes you don't even have to leave the city to see beautiful frozen falls. The Sugar River in Claremont cascades in a series of falls that are easily viewable from a pedestrian bridge.
4. Meriden Covered Bridge, Plainfield
There is nothing plain about these gorgeous falls, which are easily viewable from the street, making them a perfect destination for a freezing cold day!
5. Cloudland Ice Falls, Lincoln
Falling Waters Trail in Lincoln will lead you to this spectacular series of waterfalls, 1.4 miles into the hike.
6. This winter stream
Even tiny unnamed brooks and rivers can make absolutely stunning frozen waterfalls during the winter.
7. Milford Falls, Millford
It must be really cold to freeze this waterfall solid!
8. Swiftwater Covered Bridge, Bath
Everything about this spot is just picturesque New Hampshire charm. You'll love it!
9. Diana's Baths, North Conway
Diana's Baths is a favorite swimming hole during the summer, but during the winter it is a frozen winter wonderland.
10. This Rock Formation
During the winter in New Hampshire, every rock face can be turned into a frozen waterfall.
11. Rocky Gorge, Albany
One of the most viewed waterfalls in New Hampshire is stunning in the winter. Just off the Kancamangus Highway, Rocky Gorge is easily accessible.
Looking for more winter fun? Check out
theses trails in New Hampshire that are perfect for winter hiking.