Vermont has no shortage of waterfalls. From giant cascades to small rapids, there are plenty of places to see and hear the beauty of tumbling water.

When you think of swimming holes with waterfalls, Bingham Falls, Bristol Falls, and Warren Falls quickly come to mind. But the underrated Pikes Falls in Vermont is a big swimming hole with a rocky beach that families have come to love.

Have you ever enjoyed swimming in the crisp waters at Pikes Falls in Vermont? Did you take a ride on the rock slide? Share your experiences in the comments section below — we would love to hear all about your adventures!

There are quite a few great swimming holes to visit in Vermont like this epic natural spring or this gorgeous quarry. To learn about more fantastic places in Vermont where nature shines the brightest, join our Vermont Nature Lovers group on Facebook. And, if you’re looking for more waterfalls, check out this waterfall road trip in Vermont.

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What are the most beautiful waterfalls in Vermont?

If you're a fan of rushing waterfalls, Vermont will not disappoint. Some waterfalls are tucked away in the depths of the woods while others are seemingly hiding in plain sight. Some of the most popular waterfalls in Vermont include Moss Glen Falls in Stowe, Bingham Falls in Stowe, Bolton Potholes in Bolton, Bristol Falls in Bristol, Falls of Lana is Salisbury, Moss Glen Falls in Granville, Little Ellis Falls between Roxbury and Andover, Marshfield Falls in Marshfield, and Jeudevine Falls in Hardwick. Care to see all these waterfalls on one convenient route? Fortunately, we've got just the thing! Check out our ultimate waterfall road trip in Vermont to see all of the aforementioned waterfalls.

What are some of the best swimming holes in Vermont?

When temperatures rise, few things are as refreshing as a swimming hole. Fortunately, you'll find loads of them here in the Green Mountain State. Some of our top recommendations for swimming holes in Vermont include Bingham Falls, Dog River, Bristol Falls, Buttermilk Falls, Cavendish Gorge, Devil's Gorge, Warren Falls, and Marble Street Quarry. Of all of these, Buttermilk Falls might just be the best. That's because this site is made up of three separate falls, creating multiple pools where you can splash around. This area is protected and maintained by the Vermont River Conservancy.

What's the tallest waterfall in Vermont?

If you're curious to check out the tallest waterfall in Vermont, you'll want to plan a trip to Moss Glen Falls in Stowe. This breathtaking, multi-tiered waterfall is tucked away in the mountains and measures an impressive 125 feet. If you're planning to visit, be sure to bring your camera!

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