8 Gorgeous Frozen Waterfalls In Vermont That Must Be Seen To Be Believed
Waterfalls are simply spectacular, and lucky for us Vermont is full of them! What’s best about these natural wonders is that each season brings a new life to the falls. Spring brings gushing water, summer finds people enjoying the swimming holes, fall brings a calming flow, and winter – well winter brings ice! These frozen
waterfalls in VT are simply magnificent!
1. Bingham Falls in Stowe.
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A short but steep hike down to see these glorious falls. Be sure to keep a close eye on your kids at this one.
2. Moss Glen Falls in Granville.
A roadside treat is Moss Glenn Falls in Granville. This stunner should be seen in every season! A must visit for anyone who loves the beauty of a waterfall.
3. Bartlett Falls in Bristol.
This photo was captured somewhere between the snow falling and the river freezing, but we love it all the same.
4. Stowe Mountain Resort.
Always keep your eyes peeled... Waterfalls can pop up in unexpected places.
5. Bittersweet Falls in Weybridge.
An up close look at the icicles frozen at Bittersweet Falls. You can see these falls from a wide spot on Bittersweet Falls Road, too.
6. Neshobe Falls in Brandon.
Perhaps the most scenic time to visit these falls is when they are frozen over.
7. Waits River Falls in Bradford.
This is a really nice place to stop to see this beautiful Waterfall.
In the spring it's roaring and in the winter it ices over and is just a wonder to look at. There are lots of nice little restaurants in the area or go simply head over to the general store to grab a sandwich. This is a perfect spot for handicapped access because you can see the falls right from the car.
8. Somerset Reservoir.
Just beyond the waterfall at the Somerset Reservoir, you can find this wondrous sight. With enormous force, the water gushes out of large pipes and sprays the air which ices the trees upon contact. This is truly an amazing sight to see.
Want to check out more waterfalls? Take this great
waterfall road trip through Vermont or take in these falls that are hiding in plain sight with no hiking required.
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