Vermont May 01, 2017
You’ll Want To Visit These 12 Gushing Waterfalls In Vermont This Spring
Waterfalls in Vermont are spectacular any time of the year but, when the spring thaw happens, the water pours out with a vengeance. Gushing streams and gorgeous falls await when you start exploring these 12 stunning falls. You’ll be surprised at how powerful they can be!
1. Middlebury Falls
You won't have to search hard to find these falls since they are located In the center of Middlebury. You'll also find ruins beside it that are wonderfully gorgeous.
2. Brewster River Gorge
The pictures may be great, but it's difficult to truly capture the power of the Brewster River Gorge in a photo. The majority of the falls are hidden under massive boulders and the sound of the water blasts out of the rocks like a megaphone.
3. Mad River Valley
We have a reader challenge! This is in the Mad River Valley - who knows where it is?
4. Bristol Falls
Bristol Falls is a great spot to simply relax and enjoy the sounds of the tumbling water. It's so close to VT Rt. 116, its no wonder this is such a popular stop - especially if you're looking for an epic swimming hole in the Summer!
5. Moss Glen Falls, Granville
This waterfall can be enjoyed by all from the roadside, and even more so when seen closer up.
Isn't it amazing?
6. Brandon Falls
The Neshobe Falls found behind the Watershed Tavern in Brandon are roaring in the Spring and they're pretty awesome.
7. Thundering Falls
This waterfall in Killington is simply a sight to be seen.
The quiet and easy Thundering Falls Trail takes less than an hour and is a great hike to an amazing destination.
8. There are several waterfalls to be found in Smuggler's Notch.
While Bingham Falls is the biggest waterfall in this State Park, you'll find many others along the way as you check the trails and the notch.
9. Who can identify this waterfall in Colchester?
Another reader challenge! Perhaps it's the black and white film, but this looks like a place we want to see this Spring!
10. Castleton Falls
These falls might not look like much here, but in the Spring they are incredible.
There are also many historic homes and other things you'll want to check out in Castleton. It's a great day trip!
11. Texas Falls
You can park your car and take a short hike to see this amazing waterfall in Hancock.
12. Mt. Ascutney
Not all waterfalls are well known, and you can be sure that you'll see some stunners on this mountain hike.
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Vermont waterfall road trip? Perhaps you’d like to do them one at a time, so check out these 16 waterfalls in Vermont that are hiding in plain sight – no hiking required!