Hike Less Than 1.5-Miles To This Spectacular Waterfall Swimming Hole In New Hampshire
By Michelle|Published June 10, 2021
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As home to the White Mountains, New Hampshire certainly has no shortage of hiking trails. Many lead straight up to the top of a peak, offering a fun challenge to those who are experienced hikers. But you don’t need to be the type that craves a difficult adventure to enjoy nature here. In fact, there are lots of shorter trails that lead to the kind of beauty that makes us proud to live here!
The Thompson Falls Trail is accessible throughout the year, but it’s best from March through October. You can learn more about the route, see photos and find out how to access it by checking out Alltrails.com. Don’t forget to bring the pups, but be sure to keep them on a leash while you explore.