Spend The Day Exploring New Hampshire’s Tallest Falls On This Wonderful Waterfall Road Trip

There’s never a wrong time to start planning what to do to enjoy the few months of warm weather we get here in New England. Whether in summer or winter, it’s always time to think about road trips and waterfalls in New Hampshire. Hikes are great and the beaches are fun, but why not do something unique and take yourself on this epic waterfall road trip in New Hampshire. While not all of these waterfalls will tower above you, each is big on beauty!

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There may not be a more beautiful road trip than this waterfall one in all of NH. Let us know if there are some other road trips in New Hampshire that you think are just as good! We look forward to hearing from you

And, to continue your exploration you might consider picking your favorite and seeing it easily on foot. Here are 10 unbelievable New Hampshire waterfalls hiding in plain sight…no hiking required!

Address: Franconia Notch State Park, Flume Gorge, Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: Carroll, NH, USA
Address: Ammonoosuc Ravine Trailhead, Base Station Rd, Jefferson, NH 03583, USA
Address: Arethusa Falls Trail, Hart's Location, NH 03812, USA
Address: Jackson Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA
Address: Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA
Address: 3725 West Side Rd, Bartlett, NH 03812, USA
Address: Lower Falls, Albany, NH 03818, USA
Address: Sabbaday Falls, Waterville Valley, NH 03259, USA
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waterfall road trip in New Hampshire

January 21, 2021

What are the best road trips in New Hampshire? 

You cannot go wrong with hopping in the car and taking it through the pristine and scenic state of New Hampshire. There are so many lovely little towns and endless state parks and forests to visit, but here’s our shortened list of the best road trips in New Hampshire: 1) The Kancamagus Scenic Byway; 2) Auto Road up to Mt. Washington; 3; New Hampshire 153. Bon voyage!

What are the most beautiful hikes in New Hampshire? 

With large areas of expansive wilderness and quaint towns, New Hampshire is a great destination for every hiker. Whether you prefer short and sweet hikes or long but rewarding treks, you’ll find something that fits your fancy in NH. Here’s our list for the most beautiful hikes in New Hampshire: 1) Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop; 2) Mount Willard Trail; 3) The Flume Gorge Trail; 4) Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop; 5) Lonesome Lake Trail. We could add so many more! Happy Hiking! 

What are the best outdoor adventures in New Hampshire?

New Hampshire is one of the best states in America for outdoor activities and adventures. You could hike a mountain, explore the wilderness on a mountain bike, canoe down the Connecticut River, and countless other things. Here’s our list of the best outdoor adventures in NH: 1) Take in Beaver Brook Falls; 2) Hike to the top of Mount Washington; 3) Road trip along the Kancamagus Highway; 4) Check out the lower falls in Albany; 5) Go for a whale watch on the NH coastline. It’s time for an adventure!

Address: Franconia Notch State Park, Flume Gorge, Daniel Webster Hwy, Lincoln, NH 03251, USA
Address: Carroll, NH, USA
Address: Ammonoosuc Ravine Trailhead, Base Station Rd, Jefferson, NH 03583, USA
Address: Arethusa Falls Trail, Hart's Location, NH 03812, USA
Address: Jackson Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA
Address: Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson, NH 03846, USA
Address: 3725 West Side Rd, Bartlett, NH 03812, USA
Address: Lower Falls, Albany, NH 03818, USA
Address: Sabbaday Falls, Waterville Valley, NH 03259, USA