This Well-Loved New Hampshire Waterfall Is Even More Incredible When You Hike To It In The Winter
By Michelle|Published February 03, 2021
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Winter doesn’t have to mean the end of outdoor adventures. In fact, some of the fun here in New Hampshire is even better when the temps go down. The freezing lakes and ponds as well as snow on the trail and trees make for an atmosphere that you just won’t find in warmer months. So, the next time you’re feeling stuck inside, consider heading outdoors to experience some of the best that the state has to offer. Including this fun hike!
The Thompson Falls Trail can be accessed year-round, but you’re likely to find the least snow and ice between March and October. Dogs are allowed to adventure with you, just remember to keep them on a leash while on the trail. You can learn more about the route and how to find it by checking out alltrails.com.