Waterfalls In The White Mountains

The White Mountains of New Hampshire are home to numerous unique and majestic waterfalls. Some are as easy to access as the world-renowned Diana’s Baths, others can be found after a day’s hike. Here are some of our favorites, which are within a short drive from Attitash Mountain Village.

Diana’s Baths

A natural waterfall located in Bartlett, NH, Diana’s Baths is a popular destination for hiking and sightseeing. The falls consist of a series of cascades and pools, and the area surrounding the falls is a great place to explore and take in the natural beauty of the White Mountains region. Be here early to guarantee a parking spot!

Arethusa Falls

No waterfall trek is complete without the majestic Arethusa Falls, one of the most impressive waterfalls in New Hampshire. The falls drop 140 feet down a granite cliff, creating a stunning natural spectacle, and are accessible by a moderate 1.5 mile hike through the White Mountain National Forest.

Sabbaday Falls

The Sabbaday Falls are one of the most popular waterfalls in Crawford Notch and the White Mountains, offering a stunning display of cascading water. The falls are surrounded by a beautiful forest, with towering trees and lush vegetation.

Ripley Falls

Ripley Falls is located in Crawford Notch State Park and is a 1.2-mile one-way hike. Ripley Falls is a beautiful 100-foot waterfall flowing over a smooth rock wall and is one of the steepest-angled slides in all of New England, not to mention one of the most photogenic spots in the White Mountains.

Bemis Falls

Bemis Falls is a picturesque waterfall that cascades down a series of rock formations. Located near the famed Frankenstein Cliff on Rte. 302 in the White Mountains, the trail takes you through a beautiful forest, offering stunning views of the surrounding mountains.

Champney Falls

Champney falls is on a popular trail that runs from the Kancamagus Highway to the Piper Trail near Mt. Chocorua. The best waterfall viewing occurs after rainfall or during spring melting. The trail to the falls is 3.1 miles round-trip and takes about 2.5 hours.

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