There Are More Waterfalls Than There Are Miles Along This Beautiful Hiking Trail In New Hampshire

Who doesn’t love walking beside flowing water? The sounds of water sliding down a brook or over a waterfall are some of the most soothing in nature. New Hampshire’s White Mountain National Forest has no shortage of water features; lakes, ponds, brooks, cascades, and waterfalls abound here. One short half-mile stretch of trail lets you hike past two small waterfalls on the way to the state’s highest.

Access to Bemis Brook Trail is via the Arethusa Falls trailhead at the end of Arethusa Falls Rd. in Crawford Notch State Park.

New Hampshire has plenty of hikes for those who enjoy hiking to waterfalls. Here are eight hikes that lead to some of the state’s best waterfalls, one to check out in winter, or trek into the Sandwich Range Wilderness to a secluded waterfall.

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Address: Arethusa Falls Trailhead Parking, Arethusa Falls Rd, Hart's Location, NH 03812, USA