The Trail To These Beautiful Waterfalls In New Hampshire Starts Behind An Old Train Station Filled With History

The weather is warm, the sun is out and that means it’s summer in New Hampshire! While most outdoor endeavors can be tackled year-round, there’s just something special about appreciating the fresh air. Especially on a hike leading to two waterfalls. Even more special is that the route begins behind a historic train depot, giving a small dose of history with your hike.

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You can learn more about the Cascade Loop Trail on And, for more beautiful cascades here in the Granite State we’ve got a cool day trip for you! Spend the day exploring New Hampshire’s tallest falls on this wonderful waterfall road trip.

Address: Crawford Notch Rd, Carroll, NH 03598, USA