This Simple, 1-Mile Trail Leads To Ripley Falls, One Of New Hampshire’s Most Underrated Waterfalls

With as much nature as we have right here in New Hampshire those looking for outdoor fun are never far from an adventure. While that’s great, it can be easy to do the same things over and over again once you know what you like. This year we’ve challenged ourselves to try new things, see new places, and experience under-the-radar spots. This hike is a great option!

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Ripley Falls Trail is best between March and October, but you can’t really go wrong any time of year. Bring the pups along, but make sure they stay on a leash. You can learn more about the trail by visiting alltrails.com.

Love the idea of a waterfall that isn’t full of other hikers? We’ve got another one! Here’s a secret waterfall in New Hampshire that most people don’t know about.

Address: Ripley Falls, Hart's Location, NH 03812, USA