The Fletcher's Cascade Trail Trail In New Hampshire Is A 3.2-Mile Out-And-Back Hike With A Waterfall Finish
By Michelle|Published February 04, 2021
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There are a lot of different ways to enjoy the outdoors in New Hampshire, but getting out for a hike is one of our favorites. And the biggest draw to a local hike is when the trail is easy, the air is fresh and the destination is one of the cutest and most lovely little waterfalls in the region. The next time you’re in search of adventure, head to the Sandwich Range Wilderness to enjoy this route!
The Fletcher’s Cascade Trail offers a fun hiking opportunity for people with all sorts of hiking experience, from novice hikers to those who have been exploring for years. The route is accessible all year and if you have a furry friend feel free to bring them along. Just make sure they’re on a leash. You can learn more about the hike by checking out alltrails.com.