New Hampshire March 19, 2016
These 10 Hidden Waterfalls in New Hampshire Will Take Your Breath Away
Waterfalls are completely captivating, with their striking beauty and continuous motion. New Hampshire has the perfect recipe for waterfalls, with our mountains and streams. Here are ten of our favorite hidden waterfalls, that you must visit!
1. Sabbaday Falls, Waterville Valley
Just off the Kancamangus Highway and handicap accessible, Sabbaday Falls is one of the most popular waterfalls in the Granite State, but that doesn’t make it any less beautiful.
2. Silver Cascade Falls, Hart’s Location
This beautiful waterfall in Crawford Notch State Park drops nearly 250 feet.
3. Ammonoosuc Falls, Bretton Woods
In the heart of the White Mountains, Ammonoosuc Falls is breathtaking.
4. Crystal Cascade, Pinkham Notch
Just off Tuckerman’s Ravine Trail is this often-overlooked waterfall, which drops over 100 feet.
5. Eagle Cascade, Beans Purchase
It’s a bit of a hike to get to Eagle Cascade, but the view is certainly worth it.
6. Ripley Falls, Harts Location
With a 100-foot drop over smooth granite, Ripley falls is amazing.
7. Glen Ellis Falls, Jackson
Glen Ellis fall is accessible and therefore popular, but the beautiful pool and the unique left-leaning angle of the falls make it worth a visit despite the crowds.
8. Nancy Cascades, Livermore
Nancy Falls drops 300 feet, and is one of the tallest waterfalls in New England.
9. Profile Falls, Bristol
These small but mighty falls in the Swift river are a great spot for salmon or trout fishing.
10. Purgatory Falls, Mount Vernon
Despite the name, the view at this waterfall is a slice of heaven, in the secluded woods.
Time to plan a sightseeing trip!